Despite the rumors that HP is abandoning their consumer PC business, HP has gone ahead and revamped their All-in-one PC line-up. This includes updates to their Omni series PCs, their TouchSmart PCs, and their TouchSmart Elite PC – which is HP’s first TouchSmart PC designed for Small businesses.
The new HP Omni series includes the Omni 120 and Omni 220 (shown above) come with built-in speakers, a high-definition display and HP LinkUp. They go on sale on September 21st, and 11th. Pricing starts at $399 for the 120 and $799 for the 220.
The new TouchSmart PCs feature a free standing design with a tilt enabled display. The PCs have also been updated with the latest version of HP’s slick TouchSmart software. There are three TouchSmart PCs now available to choose from – the 20″ TouchSmart 320 (Starting at $599), the 21.5″ TouchSmart 420 (starting at $699), and finally, the TouchSmart 520 (shown above). All of these all-in-one PCs come with Beats Audio. The 520 can also be configured with an optional HP Pulse Subwoofer.
The new TouchSmart Elite 7320 (shown above) is a 21.5″ PC designed for small businesses. It’s available with an optional wall mount that enables the PC’s display to rotate at 30 degrees. The PC also comes with Beats Audio and the TouchSmart software suite. It will retail starting at $850 when it goes on sale September 21st.
Finally, the 20-inch HP Pro 3420 All-in-One (shown above) is designed for small businesses too, but it lacks the touchscreen of the TouchSmart Elite 7320. This PC comes with integrated webcams and premium stereo speakers – yep, no Beats audio here either. The HP Pro 3420 will be available in October for a starting retail price of $599.