HP has revealed the launch of HP Pavilion Mini Desktop for a price of $320 and HP Stream Mini Desktop for $180 — targeting the home users.
Both come bundled with keyboard and mouse, but there is no monitor.
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The HP Pavilion Mini Desktop includes Intel Pentium 3558U processor, 4 GB RAM and a 500 GB Hard Disk Drive (HDD).
The HP Stream Mini Desktop includes Intel Celeron 2957U processor, 2 GB RAM and a 32 GB SSD.
HP Pavilion Mini Desktop has 2.06 inches height and 1.6 lbs weight.
It features Windows 8.1, supports processors up to Intel Core i3, offers up to 1 TB storage and up to 8 GB of expandable memory.
Consumers will have the ability to stream and access content on multiple screens, including TV with Quad HD support.
The HP Pavilion Mini Desktop is drawing up to 45 watts of power compared to 250 watts for a typical tower PC. Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth allow customers to stream content. HP Pavilion Mini Desktop does not include an optical drive. External USB optical drive can be used through any of the four USB ports. The HP Pavilion Mini Desktop comes in Snow White.
HP Stream Mini Desktop comes with value-added services including 32 GB solid-state drive (SSD), 200 GB of Microsoft OneDrive Storage for two years, and a $25 gift card for the Windows Store to purchase apps, Xbox games and music and more. HP Stream Mini Desktop comes in a Cobalt Blue.