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HP releases new range of AIO PCs and updated Pavilion dm1 ultraportable laptop

The HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix claims to be the company’s most powerful consumer desktop PC to date, wiith superior speed, expandability and sleek design which would suit both hardcore gamers and digital creative designers. It comes with 16GB DDR3 system memory and high-end discrete graphics cards that boast amazing video performance and picture quality for immersive 3D gaming and multiple external displays. With room to store up to 9TB of hard drives, the Pavilion HPE Phoenix features Beats Audio technology for immersive audio experience.

For every purchase of HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix, you get free access to RIFT for sixty days and US$15 per month thereafter. The RIFT Digital Collector's Edition game, which is the latest massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) from Trion, comes bundled with the system. The HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix desktop PCs are expected to be available from mid September in APJ from a starting price of USD$1,600.

The HP Pavilion dm1 is an updated model of their popular consumer range of notebook PC and comes with Beats Audio and HP Premier Experience, an exclusive set of innovations to improve on the Microsoft Windows experience. Weighing 1.46kg, the laptop features an 11.6-inch high-definition (HD) LED display, built-in HP TrueVision HD webcam that can capture high-quality images even under low-lighting conditions, and boasts battery life of up to 11.5 hours. The Pavilion dm1 comes with the option of latest AMD E-series Accelerated Processing Units or Intel second generation Core processors, and Beats Audio for superb audio enjoyment. The AMD models also include AMD Radeon HD discrete-class graphics for crisp and  vivid video playback.

The HP Pavilion dm1 with AMD processors is expected to be available from end September while the model with Intel processors is expected to be available from end October. Both models would have a starting price of US$499.

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