HPEPhoenix HP releases new range of AIO PCs and updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptop

HP Singapore has announced their new range of All-in-one PCs which include the TouchSmart320 and TouchSmart520, Omni120 and Omni220, as well as the company's most powerful consumer PC, the HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix. On top of that, HP has also unveiled their updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptop with stylish looks, good features and performance, and boasts a battery life of up to 11.5 hours.

TouchSmart320 HP releases new range of AIO PCs and updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptopTouchSmart520 HP releases new range of AIO PCs and updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptop

The 20-inch HP TouchSmart320 and 23-inch diagonal HP TouchSmart520 PC are designed for users who want premium multimedia and touch experience. Both TouchSmarts come with tilt-capable full high definition display and with the latest version of HP TouchSmart 5.0 software, it offers intuitive touch experience with its built-for-touch applications such as Twitter, Facebook and RecipeBox..

Users can also conveniently access Windows apps and desktop icons within the same desktop environment, and even customize their user experience by dragging and dropping their favourite files and apps onto the TouchSmart’s carousel. With integrated Beats Audio technology, the HP TouchSmart320  and TouchSmart520 PCs should appeal to music lovers. The HP TouchSmart320 and TouchSmart520 are expected to be available from mid September in APJ at a starting price of USD$599.99 and USD$899.99 respectively.
 

 Omni120 HP releases new range of AIO PCs and updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptopOmni220 HP releases new range of AIO PCs and updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptop

The space-saving HP Omni series PCs – Omni120 and Omni220 – claim to offer  a minimalist, streamlined design with superb functionality and affordability. The 20-inch Omni120 and 21.5-inch Omni220 PCs come with ample storage, built-in speakers and vivid high definition displays for  your entertainment enjoyment. Both also feature HP LinkUp Technology, which lets users view and interact with content from a notebook PC, and changes are saved directly to the notebook, so there are no file transfer hassles.

The Omni120 features up to 750GB of hard drive and a choice of the latest AMD or Intel processorsand graphics, while the Omni220 offers a streamlined cantilever design. Select models also come with Beats Audio and second-generation Intel quad core processors and graphics. The HP Omni120 and Omni220 are expected to be available from mid September in APJ at a starting price of USD$399.99 and USD$799.99 respectively.