HP SpectreONE | from US$1,299.00 | www.hp.com
Apple revolutionized the desktop computer market with all-in-one concept years ago and though it offers anti-clutter folks much reprieve from the usual nest of wires, they are anything but affordable. thanks to the myriad of brands out in the market, PC users don’t have to suffer the same burn-a-hole-in-your-wallet fate. however, not all-in-ones are worthy of a mention as far as aesthetic is concerned. speaking of which, the HP SpectreONE is among one of the few all-in-one that doesn’t look lame, in fact, we thought it look pretty sleek – if you look past the fact that it might be an iMac ripoff that comes complete with HP’s own ‘magic trackpad’ (dubbed as wireless trackpad). fronted by a glorious 23.6-inch flush-glass display (read: edge-to-edge glass) full HD display with a profile of just 11.5mm thin – not the thinnest in the AIO’s world but impressive enough – this stylish AIO features the latest Intel processors (tba), an NVIDIA 1GB graphics card, option to go the SSD route for internal storage, HP’s TouchZone near-field communication (NFC) technology, two USB 2.0 ports plus two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI input, built-in HP TrueVision HD webcam, and an audio headphones jack with Beats Audio’s stamp of approval. arriving in November 2012 with a starting price of $1,299.
via Cool Material