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Microsoft has in some ways redesigned the way older PCs looked with the launch of their Surface Studio last year. It was a magnificent device for the users for whom it was targeted.

The inclusion of the Surface Dial and it’s hinge that brought the Studio Mode for the device were icing on the cake. After the launch of Surface Studio, we had already seen other Windows OEMs coming together with various good looking cool PCs.

After the launch of Surface Studio, we had already seen other Windows OEMs coming together with various good looking cool PCs. And Now today HP has also announced their redesigned Pavilion All-in-One (AiO) devices that can be considered to be a direct take on Microsoft’s Surface Studio. It has a 24” or 27” edge-to-edge full HD beautiful IPS screen.

There is an optional infrared camera on the device that supports face authentication through Windows Hello for adding an extra layer of security to your PC. The display is 8.5mm thin which itself is approximately 40 percent thinner than the previous generation All-in-One (AiO) devices. It is also powered by Optional AMD Radeon 530 Discrete Graphics and all of its hardware is packed in the bottom.

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