All in one computer’s are quickly becoming a favorite among many customers. The most attractive thing about them is their compactness. Many manufactures are looking forward for the consumer electronics show this month to launch their products. But some others like Hewlett-Packard have already launched their all in one PC ahead of the convention. That may be because of the fact that during the CES they want to put the media spot light on their Spectre Ultrabook.
The new PC is termed as Omni 27.This is a pretty powerful device and sure is compact.
Features and specifications of HP Omni 27
1920 x 1080 pixels
Intel second generation processor
Intel i3 -i7
4GB or 8GB variants
Discrete graphics card
AMD or NVIDIA
Up to 3 TB
Blu-ray or TV tuner
The main attraction of the device is its large and bright display. At 27 inches this must be one of the biggest displays to be featured in an all in one PC. But the small draw back is that it is not touch screen type. This has prevented HP from adding Magic canvas to the device which lets users to extend their desktop workspace. Users will also be able to access desktop shortcuts and task bars through it.
Not much of the details of the PC are known as for now. But it will feature any of Intel’s second generation processor with an option to swap between them if needed. They will also have advanced stand alone graphics card. The user can select between graphics options from AMD or NVIDIA. The desktop will feature Beats audio so its audio quality is beyond question. There will be about 3 TB of onboard storage which is pretty enough for all the media files and other documents. There is a HDMI port and this allows the user to connect other HDMI source directly to the device. By doing this the desktop monitor will be transformed into a discrete display for a game console or a DVD player.
HP Omni 27 price tag is yet to be officially confirmed. There are options to add a Blu-ray drive or a TV tuner card if needed. This will further increase the pricing. This is not yet launched in India but can be expected in the near future itself.