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Check out HP's new All-in-One Pavilions including one with an edge-to-edge display

HP is announcing a rather significant update to their PC portfolio today. Besides the new Pavilion laptops including Light-n-Thing and the new x360s are some new All-in-Ones desktop PCs for those who need something less portable.

The HP Pavilion All-in-Ones bring some high-end features to those who do not want to save months and months for a new PC. Let's check them out!

HP Pavilion 23.8" and 27" All-in-Ones

Probably the most exciting of the two All-in-Ones is the 23.8-inch version which has an outstanding micro-bezel and pop-up web camera along with some beefy specs. The larger 27-inch version has a regular bezel.

Other features include:

  • The 23.8" and 27" diagonal Pavilion All-in-Ones offer up to 16GB of memory with HDD options up to 3TB or hybrid drive options with up to 1TB
  • Processor choices include Intel Pentium or up to 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor with optional NVIDIA GT 930A graphics or 7th generation AMD APU up A10 processor options
  • The all-in-ones provide easy-access ports under the display chin include one USB 3.0 Type CTM with HP Fast Charge for charging mobile devices, one USB 3.0, Headphone and Mic combo jack and 3-in-1 media card reader
  • Rear ports include one USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, one LAN, a Kensington Lock slot and HDMI out for connecting to a second display or TV - Optional Intel® RealSense camera provides enhanced security through Windows Hello facial recognition
  • The IPS flush glass displays are available in Full HD or QHD, with optional touch making it ideal for everything from daily computing tasks to organizing photos or watching a movie
  • Front facing speakers with audio expertly tuned by B&O Play provide dynamic sound, ideal for home entertainment

Pricing

  • The 23.8" Pavilion All-in-One starts at $699.99
  • The 27" Pavilion All-in-One starts at $999.99

Both desktops will be available this month with different pricing configurations.

Why we like 'em

Just watch the video of the 23.8-inch version with an edge-to-edge display and that pop-up camera. Not only is that just awesome looking but the PC can sport some solid specs for those on a budget. You can even get a Nvidia 930a, which won't crush it on gaming, but it will provide a nice overall boost to the system.

Daniel Rubino
Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

26 Comments
  • Will they be available internationally?
    In India to be more specific !!
  • Yep, my Pentium IV is fried. Need something new. Let's hope that you can add any graphic card to it.
  • when the bezel goes, then we can call it edge to edge, not until.
  • Nonsense. What you say cannot physically happen it needs a frame. It's edge to edge. You want just a piece of glass with no edging?
  • Hey Daniel, I think people complaining about the bezel are talking about the model without the pop-up camera, which kinda has a pretty thick bezel. I don't think anyone would complain about the other model's very thin frame, which looks gorgeous. Now if the 27" model had the same thin frame as the 23", that would be amazing! I'm sure it'll get there
  • You will be waiting a very long time. What do you think the bezel is even for? Do you think it's just there to annoy us?
    The only reason they're so tiny now is we've gotten way better at fitting more into less space. Windows Central for Windows 10-Nokia Lumia 830
  • Hp calls it Micro-edge I believe. Either way some bezel does provide a bit of contrast.
  • have you seen the galaxy edge phones Daniel? "needing" a frame is stuck in todays limitations, it WILL happen. and in my book it's not edge to edge at all, my 2003 dell monitor with a massive fat bezel, heck i could call that display edge to edge too....to the edge of the bezel!!
  • I have an Edge. It has edges and a frame. You have no connection to reality.
  • Have you seen an Edge? It clearly has a frame. A display kind of needs a frame. Just a tiiiiiiny bit. Windows Central for Windows 10-Nokia Lumia 830
  • "You have no connection to reality" - thank god.
  • Please hit "reply" when responding to someone's comment instead of making a new, unconnected thread. Common courtesy, thanks
  • A pity about those overdominant B&O speakers at the bottom, Kind of dirupts the beaty of the "bezelless" display. Would have been nice if those speakers were somehow also pop-up speakers, just like the camera.  A pratical question. If you adjust the screen to your ergonimic preference, will the camera tilt accordngly and focus on your face, or will it angle parallel to the screen angle, losing focus of the subject?
  • That computer with a pop-up camera looks amazing!
  • Yeah, I am looking forward to it. :)
  • "Light-n-Thin" not light-n-thing Posted from WC for W10 running on my 930.
  • The last one looks like a cheap tv lol Posted from WC for W10 running on my 930.
  • That 23.8" Looks Good to Me
  • The pop-up camera is a good idea regardless of the thin bezel, run, patent it, before Apple gets there first :D
  • Speaker grill just like the Elite XP3 From Windows Central App for Windows 10
  • What do we want? Elite x3!! When do we want it?? Now!!!
  • 27" 'Larger' All-in-One...lol, I'm just plying but I honestly feel like the size is artificial on the 27" compared to the 23" because of the bezel (I don't care that it's there) as it can add inches all around just by being there. I know that the display is much bigger though, just a funny consideration =D Ugh, I'm at work...so boring lol =p
    Windows 10 RULZZ yer FACE!!!
  • Nice to see HP using a consistent styling of their 2016 products, this looks like a blown up version of the X3 phone. It's not for me since I build my own desktop but it looks like a great option, especially if paired with the X3
  • 27" QHD with touch would be nice. Must have SSD. I miss the hinged base that let you pull the screen down all the way and tilt it back. I also wish they'd put the ports in the base; don't like wires sticking out of the screen. Posted from my Nexus 5X
  • Did I miss the blueray or DVD player?  I didn't see one.  Is there one?  If not, I'll hold on to my Sony Vaio for quite some time. 
  • I hate speakers cover. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android