HP has officially launched in India its latest mini PCs, the HP Pavilion Wave and HP Elite Slice.
The desktop PCs, unveiled recently at the IFA 2016, runs on Windows 10 and is engineered to power “entertainment and productivity”.
The HP Pavilion Wave has been priced at Rs 61,990 and will be available for buying from October 2, 2016. The HP Elite Slice comes with a price tag of Rs. 62,990.
“Today customers want sleek, innovative and powerful desktop designs that enable new experiences. The HP Pavilion Wave and Elite Slice are the results of HP engineers and designers reinventing the desktop by rethinking its shape, size and look while adding functionality to enable new use case,” said Ketan Patel, Director, Personal Systems Category, HP Inc. India.
The HP Pavilion Wave features a 360-degree design that is smaller than traditional tower PCs and has a triangular design that houses three main zones for components. It has built-in speakers and microphone, 6th Generation Intel Core i7 quad-core desktop processors, storage up to 1TB SDD5 or a 2TB HDD5 and and up to 16GB of DDR4 system memory.
HP also released the Elite Slice, its smallest desktop, aimed at the commercial buyer. The company underlines that Elite Slice was designed for communications and collaboration. It is reportedly the first modular commercial desktop with cable-less connectivity and enables customers to build the desktop of their choice.
HP Elite Slice comes with various modules for increased productivity. The modular PC houses one Ethernet port, Wi-Fi, one HDMI and one DisplayPort to power multiple displays.
This is the first commercial desktop powered from a display via only one USB 3.1 Type-C cable. The display is equipped with integrated wireless charging and USB Type-C.
HP claims the Elite Slice was designed to modernize the workplace and cater to the changing workforce.