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.