HP ditches Omni brand

By Sophie Charara on Jul 10, 2012 8:03 AM
Filed under Hardware

Wants consistency.

HP has killed off its Omni branding with a refresh of its all-in-one line of PCs.

HP's new Ivy Bridge 23in AIOs have launched as Envy and Pavillion, to "remain consistent" with its laptop range, reports The Verge.

Both desktops are available with Intel Ivy Bridge processors and 1080p non-touchscreen displays.

The Envy 23's design boasts edge-to-edge glass and Beats Audio, as well as optional HDMI, Blu-ray drive and  TV tuner.

The Pavilion 23 has the same 1920 x 1080 screen as the Envy and also comes with up to 2TB of hard drive storage – but there's a plastic stand to keep the price down compared to the Envy 23's 'floating' looks.

The Envy 23 will retail in the US for $US949.99 from August 2, while the Pavillion 23 will cost $US649.99. HP is yet to confirm Australian pricing or release.

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