HP p7, Slimline s5 & HPE h8 Desktops in the Market Starting Tomorrow

May 17, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Continuing with their strategy of rolling out new innovative products from time to time, HP has announced a handful of new additions to their consumer desktop line. Present in the new bouquet of desktops are Pavilion p7, Pavilion Slimline s5 and the HP HPE h8 machines. All these systems offer different configurations keeping in mind the needs of the buyers.

The HP Pavilion p7 series will be arriving with premium graphics card, built-in support for surround sound and large amounts of storage space. The PC will be released on May 18 for a starting price of $299.99.

HP’s Slimline s5, which is only half the size of a traditional PC, will be launched on June 19. The starting price is marked at $599 and comes in a variety of options to choose from.

The h8 machines will be run by the AMD Phenom or the Intel Core i7 CPU. NVIDIA and ATI have come up to offer Video Cards for this device. The machine is capable of supporting multiple displays and will land on May 18th at a starting price of $599.99.

The LCD that HP has for your computer also looks very attractive. The HP x2301 has a 23-inch wide screen and is an LED backlit monitor with 1980x1080resolution. The Monitor is 9.8 mm thick. The clarity that this machine can offer you is splendid; it has an 8,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio, and can represent 72% of the range of colors.

The monitor has added on features like DVI, HDMI, and VGA connectivity .These ports are well placed in the rear side of the monitor. The overall architecture of the device is worth a complement as the machine looks very polished and thin. The release of the x2301 will be on the 10th of June and you can get it for a price of $279.

HP has always attracted many buyers as they are a disciplined side in the market updating and refreshing all the time. If you are in a pursuit to buy your next, it’s a go for the HP series. What do you think?

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