HP unveils new consumer PCs, including Omni27, the company’s first 27-inch all-in-one PC
Just few days into 2012, HP has recently announced their new line of consumer PCs and a notebook docking monitor that offer stylish design and superb performance. Among the products is the HP Omni27, which is the company's first 27-inch all-in-one PC.
HP Omni27 all-in-one PC
HP has announced their new line-up of consumer PCs, as well as notebook docking monitor with enhanced design, performance and convenience for consumers and professionals. The HP Omni27 all-in-one PC is designed specifically for users who want stylish design, simplicity and performance. It has a brilliant 27-inch high-definition flat panel display with edge-to-edge glass and can tilt up to 25-degree to suit users' viewing preference. The all-in-one claims to be the company's first non-touch PC to feature HP’s Magic Canvas software, which allows the desktop to expand horizontally and accommodate photos, videos as well as applications.
With convenient features such as HP LinkUp Technology, users can easily access and edit content from a notebook PC on the Omni27’s large display with little hassles. The HP Omni27 offers multi-core processors, advanced high definition (HD) graphics and up to 2TB of storage, and standard features including Beats Audio, Blu-Ray disc drive and optional TV tuner. The HP Omni27 All-in-One PCs are expected to retail in APJ at a starting price of approximately US$1,199.
HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix h9
The HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix h9 is the company’s most powerful Pavilion PC to date, with futuristic design and superb performance for users who enjoy content creation and immersive gaming. It has an armor plating that extends across the top and front of the bezel and attention-grabbing lighting in red, which makes the HPE Phoenix stand out among today’s desktop PCs. The HPE Phoenix has room for up to 16GB of DDR3 memory and three internal hard drives, as well as optional liquid cooling system to draw heat away from high-performance processors. It also comes equipped with high-end discrete graphics cards that can support multiple displays, while delivering amazing video performance and picture quality. Gamers can enjoy RIFT Digital Collector’s Edition, the latest massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) from Trion. With every purchase of HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix, users can download and enjoy free access to RIFT for sixty days, and following that a monthly subscription of around US$15 for continuous access to the game. The HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix h9 PCs are expected to be available from end January 2012 in APJ at a starting price of approximately US$1,599.
HP Compaq L2311c
The HP Compaq L2311c 23-inch Notebook Docking Monitor is targeted at mobile professionals who wants a desktop experience via an easy connection with a USB cable to their notebook PC with a USB 2.0 or 3.0 port. The Notebook Docking Monitor sports a full high-definition (HD) LED backlit LCD display and features HP Smart AC Technology that powers and charges HP notebook PCs while also detecting and regulating the capacity of the electrical current. It also features a built-in 720p HD webcam and is equipped with HP MyRoom business edition software and Cyberlink YouCam, a productive webcam tool that eases communication with co-workers and clients in any location. The HP Compaq L2311c is expected to be available in APJ at a starting price of approximately US$319. The availability date will be announced at a later stage.
The HP LV1911 and LV2011 are the latest LED backlit LCD monitors that claim to provide business performance at budget-friendly prices. The monitors come in attractive, slim form factors, and consumes lesser power compared to CCFL panel monitors. The HP LV1911 and LV2011 have a 18.5- and 19.5-inch respectively, offer VGA inputs, 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratios and 5ms response times. Both monitors are expected to be available in APJ at a starting price of approximately US$125 and US$135, respectively.
Availability date for all HP products will be announced later.