HP Envy 20 and 23 TouchSmart, new all-in-one with touchscreen and Windows 8
If we thought that after finishing the IFA 2012 would end releases, we were very wrong. The first test is this day full of announcements that HP is going first with its new Spectre One and now with computers all-in-one HP Envy 20 and HP Envy 23 TouchSmart TouchSmart.
This new family of desktop computers all-in-one has the ability to be the most customizable, allowing the user to choose the processor, the amount and type of storage, the amount of RAM, graphics card and more. They also incorporate touchscreens spectacular best resolution on the market (Full HD) to maximize the benefits of Windows 8, unlike the Spectre One that depends on a wireless multitouch trackpad.
Characteristics of new TouchSmart Envy
Among both models the only difference is the screen size, so we can summarize their benefits in a single list below:
- Display of 20 or 23 inches with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and multitouch panel.
- Art Intel, Ivy Bridge, to be chosen by the user.
- RAM 4 GB to 8 GB to choose.
- Storage capacity of up to 3TB per disk drive (HDD), although you can opt for a hybrid of HDD storage and a solid disk (SSD) for the system.
- Hand Sound Beats Audio technology by Dr. Dre.
- Operating system Windows 8.
The HP Envy 20 TouchSmart goes on sale from November with a base price of
In addition to these models, HP has introduced the new Pavilion 20, which is also an all in one computer but does not have a touch screen and you can opt for an Intel or AMD one to give life to this model. This is the cheapest of the line, but its price is still unknown.
Tags: all-in-one, HP, Windows 8