The HP Pavilion 23 and ENVY 23 are two all-in-one computers that are sure to be on the wish lists of new buyers, although both cater for a different kind of computer user. The Pavilion 23 is designed for consuming the web rather than designing for it, and has processing power that is ideal for most everyday tasks. The ENVY 23 all-in-one steps it up slightly across the board with enhanced performance and a cool looking design.
You can see a quick visual look at both the HP ENVY 23 and Pavilion 23 in the video below this article, which explains exactly why you might want to consider either one of these desktop computers. HP’s worldwide marketing manager, Xavier Lauwaert, gives a taste of the specs for both these all-in-ones and explains ideal user for each.
The HP Envy 23 includes a TV tuner, Blu-ray drive, HDMI-in port, the ability to choose up to 2TB of storage, Beats Audio for amazing sounds, a 23-inch 1080p display, and the option of AMD trinity or Ivy Bridge (Core i5 Ivy Bridge) processors. The Pavilion 23 might miss out on some of the higher specs, but you’ll find up to 2TB of storage, a 1080p screen, and the same processor options. Watch the video below this article for further information.
Are you more of a casual computer user or do you like something a lot more demanding? You can also see a visual review of both these machines thanks to official photos, which can be seen below. These press pictures give you a close-up of the Pavilion 23 and ENVY 23 from all angles, so take a look and let us know what you think of both these computers from a visual point of view.
Both computers will be available to buy at retailers from August 5, although the release date is 3 days sooner if you buy direct at HP.
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