Some of the new HP all-in-one models include the Omni 210 and 220 which both retail for under $1000. These aren't touch screen, though they offer a similar form factor fitting in up to 1TB of hard drive space and a choice of AMD or Intel processors.
The Omni 210 is available from September 19 from $799 and the Omni 220 is available from September 26 for $999.
The new TouchSmarts include the 320 and the 520, with the 320 also retailing at under $1000, featuring the latest update to the TouchSmart software. They also feature a new form factor that eliminates the 'easel' that the screens usually would lean on, instead leaning on a single bottom tray as pictured below. The lean potential isn't as deep, but it does give a more refined look.
The TouchSmart 320 is out now for $999, while the TouchSmart 520 is out now starting at $1,399.
On top of the list of all-in-one PCs is a gaming desktop that goes overkill on expandable storage and RAM.
The Pavilion HPE Phoenix is an Intel i7-run machine that runs at 3.4GHz, with 16GB of DDR3 RAM preinstalled and enough platter space to fill the motherboard with 9TB worth of hard drives.The graphics are powered by an ATI discrete graphics card that can handle multiple display output, and Beats Audio technology is thrown in to handle sound.
The physical tower has been kitted out with cosmetic touches to suit gamers with a 'landing pad' on top for throwing earphones and USB sticks and the like, and with plenty of high-speed USB ports in range.
At a starting price of $2,299, the Phoenix is HP's most powerful desktop PC so far.