HP mini desktop, all-in-one and tower PCs make their way into the Elite lineup

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HP’s Elite computers have created quite a stir in the industry with their unexpected popularity in some segments. There are three devices in total which will be taking their place alongside the other Elite devices from HP.

Two of the devices bear the name EliteDesk 800 G3 but come as distinct products. One is a tower PC, one is a mini desktop PC and the EliteOne 800 G3 is an all-in-one device, all of which run Windows 10.

There are multiple unprecedented elements that come with these devices. For starters, users will be able to check out a dual-facing camera for the first time on one of these devices and enjoy the first all-in-one that comes with a non-glare screen.

This is what the new HP all-in-one looks like on the inside

Those that buy the new EliteOne 800 will be getting a 23.8 inch display. This screen offers a 1920 x 1080 resolution and operates on full HD technology. It’s supported by the Core i7 processor from Intel while graphics are handled by either a discrete AMD Radeon solution or integrated HD Graphics. For storage, users can opt in for Intel Optane, but also get access to SSD tech. This device will cost around $1050.

HP bets on the power of a tower PC

Want a tower PC that can handle top tier graphics? The new EliteDesk 800 G3 might be the solution. It comes with Intel Core i5 processing power and features support for competent graphics hardware. With 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD, users will be quite set on memory. The starting price is around $870.

HP is bringing a mini desktop into the mix

EliteDesk 800 G3 is also a mini desktop which can be purchased for around $820. It features an entire TB of HDD storage and 8GB of RAM. The same Core i5 processor can be found here. There is also an option to get a Core i7 instead of i5 for this one. The mini desktop also comes with Optane memory as an option.

HP’s new computing solutions are bound to turn some heads in the near future as they bring some diversity to the table. Those looking for less conventional and still very practical PC solutions might find the perfect fit amongst HP’s new additions to the Elite line.

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