HP intros three Pavilion desktops

Hewlett-Packard today along with the new super-slim x2301 LED-backlit monitor, has introduced and three new sleek desktop machines from its Pavilion line.

Featuring clean lines, with glossy, black front panels, the new models from Pavilion p7, Slimline s5 and HPE h8 series can be powered by Intel or AMD processors, plenty of storage space and on select models you’ll find the enhanced Beats Audio sound and HP LinkUp, allowing access to other computers on your home network.

HP HPE h8 and Slimline s5 series

 

The “most powerful Pavilion PCs to date”, HPE h8 series starts at $599.99 and can be configured with up to three hard drives AMD Phenom or Intel Core i7 processors and high-end NVIDIA or ATI graphics. The more “humble”, HP Pavilion p7 series designed for everyday computing has a base price of $299.99 and the Pavilion Slimline s5 series is appropriate for limited spaces, offering almost half the size of conventional PC towers, starts at $329.99. All new desktops will become available on June 19.

HP Pavilion p7 series

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