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HP revamps Pavilion All-in-One PC with gorgeous micro-edge display

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The new line has a sleek ‘architecturally inspired’ redesign

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The revamped HP Pavillion All-In-One
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HP just unveiled an updated Pavilion all-in-one (AIO) line of computers, which sees a sleek “architecturally inspired” redesign and updated specs just in time for back-to-school shopping.

The new range is available in 23.8-inch and 27-inch touchscreen variations, and start from $749.99. They also come with options including the latest AMD or Intel processors, up to 16GB of RAM, and up to 2TB of storage. HP is also offering AMD Radeon R7 discrete graphics on the 23.8-inch model, which will improve photo or video editing and some light gaming. The screens have an edge-to-edge IPS touch display with wide-angle view of 178 degrees, and up to 4K resolution. Only the 23.8-inch model features the micro-edge display however, with the 27-inch monitor showing thicker bezel edges.

HP’s last major update to the all-in-one line was just over a year ago, when the company revealed a new suite with micro-edge displays, cutting its monitor bezels down to essentially nothing.

The new AIOs also retain the pop-up privacy camera which automatically disables the the camera and microphone when hidden. The line also features fabric covered speakers, which look similar to Microsoft’s Surface Alcantara keyboard.

The revamped Pavilion All-in-One
Photo: HP

HP also updated its mouse and keyboard, introducing a sleeker white version from its previous black one.