HP introduces its new Pavilion 20, a budget-friendly all-in-one PC that is aimed at students, and small businesses.
The HP Pavilion 20 doesn’t feature a touchscreen display, instead it gets a 20-inch Full HD display, it is equipped with Intel or AMD chips and up to 2GB of storage space.
The Pavilion 20 will be shipped with Windows 8 pre-loaded, it offers HP’s new Connected Remote, Connected Photo and Connected Music features. It has a multi-in-one card reader, USB 3.0 ports and a HP TruVision HD webcam for video chat with friends and families.
There’s an Ethernet port and also supports WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity. HP plans to release the Pavilion 20 in October for the price of $449.