HP to release Pavilion 23tm and Envy 23 Touch Monitors
HP has added new monitors to its touch series. The new addition include three touchscreen monitors dubbed HP Pavilion 23tm and HP Envy 23. HP has also added a couple of All-in-One desktops to its portfolio. The new monitors are made for Windows 8 while the Envy 23 reflects exactly the one for Recline All-in-One series.
The HP Pavilion 23tm features 5-point multi-touch functionality, and it is specially designed for Windows 8 users for better Windows 8 gesture experience on the surface of the screen. The monitor can be lied down on a surface for your comfortable use of touchscreen or it stands 90 degree. The monitor features a 23 inch display with 1080 pixels resolution ad wide viewing angles. There are post such as HDMI and DVI-D video. The monitor also has a border to execute the several off-to-on-screen swipe gestures on Windows 8. The Pavilion 23tm can be mounted on a wall with standard docks.
On the other hand, the HP Envy 23 is an IPS display with 1920 x 1080 resolution for clear images and stunning video experience. The Monitor looks exactly like the HP Envy Recline All-in-One series and bezels are thin except at the bottom where lies a series of buttons. Design-wise, the monitor is eye-catching with black bezel and silver stand. The monitor offers a high brightness and high contrast – 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
The HP Envy 23 boasts a Beats audio processing and has a headphone jack on the left side for usability. There are also ports such as VGA and HDMI.
Pricing for the HP Pavilion 23tm Touch Monitor starts at $349 USD while the HP Envy 23 IPS Monitor carries a price tag of $249 USD. The HP Pavilion 23tm will be released on October 6th but if you are planning to get the HP Envy 23 IPS, you will have to wait a little more, as its release date is set in November.