Along with the x2301 Micro Thin LED monitor, HP brings three new series of desktop computers, the Pavilion p7, Pavilion Slimline s5 and the Pavilion HPE h8. Some models will include Beats Audio sound technology and HP LinkUp technology that lets users view and interact with content and programs from their notebook PCs on an HP Pavilion desktop PC wirelessly via a home network and without file mix-ups or complex synchronization.
The Pavilion p7 is a mainstream PC with generous hard drive space for photos, music and video, premium graphics and multichannel surround sound, while the space-saving Pavilion Slimline s5 is less than half the size of conventional PC towers, “but configurable to offer maximum storage and processors to support the most demanding multitaskers.
The Pavilion HPE h8 is the most powerful Pavilion PCHP S7,. to date. It is powered by up to AMD Phenom or Intel Core i7 processor and is equipped with NVIDIA or ATI graphics and up to three hard drives. It offers ultimate computing experience in a sleek and simple design.
The p7 and h8 will be available on 18 May for $299.99 and $599.99 respectively, while the s5 will come in 15 June for $329.99.