Hewlett-Packard (HP) has unveiled two new personal computers: the Omni 27 all-in-one PC and the HPE Phoenix H9 tower PC.
First up, we have the Omni 27, an all-in-one computer which has a 27-inch display.
Under the bonnet, the Omni 27 will have the option to be powered by dual- and quad-core Intel CPUs.
The Omni 27 will also feature up to 2TB in storage and will be endowed with Beats Audio technology springing from a collaboration between the audio company and HP.
Other options for the Omni 27 include HDMI which surprisingly isn’t standard for the Omni 27, a Blu-Ray player and TV Tuner.
Price for the Omni 27 starts at about $1,200.
Next up, we have the HPE Phoenix H9 tower. This new tower is one of the most powerful Pavilions yet.
The HPE Phoenix H9 will be powered by either an AMD FX-8100 octo-core CPU or a latest-generation Intel x79 CPU.
The HPE Phoenix H9 will also have either an Nvidia GTX 580 GPU or an AMD Radeon 7670 GPU. Those who get this machine will have four DIMM slots (up to 16GB RAM) and slot for three HDDs.
The HPE Phoenix H9 will start at $1,150.
The HPE Phoenix H9 and the Omni 27 will be released on January 8, Sunday.
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