On Wednesday, HP announced the release date of the 27 inch All-In-One (AIO) PC, HP Omni 27 set for January 8th.
Interestingly, the new device does not have touch-based input support but will feature the non-touch version of the company's Magic Canvas software along with HDD space of 2 TB, HDMI input, Beats Audio and other options like a Blu-ray disc drive and TV tuner. The starting cost of the device is $1,199.99.
HP stated the 27 inch 1080p LED backlit display was made with edge-to-edge glass. The basic model is powered by 2.5 GHz Sandy Bridge Core i5-2400S processor with 6 GB RAM, two USB 3.0 ports and integrated graphics.
"The HP Omni 27 All-in-One PC is crafted for consumers who demand meticulous design, enhanced performance and an expanded viewing experience," from a company statement, as reported by Tom's Hardware Guide.
In addition to the Omni 27, the company also announced a few other products like the HP pavilion HPE h9 Phoenix PC, the "most powerful HP Pavilion PC to date" according to the company. This device will be offer cutting edge design and focuses on content creation and immersive gaming.