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If a company that isn’t Apple makes a new desktop PC, does anyone really care? Give HP a chance though, as its new range of business and home Ivy Bridge hit the mark beautifully. Let’s jump into HP’s range, the Compaq Elite 8300, Compaq Pro 6300, Envy 23 and Pavilion 23.
Four PCs to rule them all
HP Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One, HP’s highest-quality all-in-one business PC, featuring security and management features with optional touch capability.
HP Compaq Pro 6300 All-in-One, offering the optimal combination of productivity, performance and serviceability needed to satisfy most everyday business and public sector computing requirements.
HP ENVY 23 All-in-One, an ideal PC for consumers who demand a sleek design and enhanced performance.
HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One, offering essential features and processing power for everyday computing tasks.
Sounds fun, even though it’s ripped straight from a grey press release. There’s a crap-load of PR speak to also deal with such as “Customers have been asking for all-in-one PC designs that do not compromise on performance, reliability or security,” but whatever. It’s not going to make us drop our pants. The pricing might though.
The HP Compaq Elite 8300 All-in-One Business PC aches the wallet at US$879. It’s US$799 for the The HP Compaq Pro 6300, US$949 for the HP ENVY 23 and US$649 for the HP Pavilion 23. At least there’s one budget beater in there. Hit the link for the full deets on this pricey new range of HP desktops.