HP has released a modular monoblock with the ability to upgrade (6 photos)

HP Mini-in-One 24 Display - a new approach tomonoblock computers. HP has separated the computer components from the display, carrying them into a separate unit. It is installed in a special slot on the back of the display. This will allow you to upgrade the system when the need arises.

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The system design, proposed by HP, looks very harmonious, there are no extra cables and wires, and to turn on the all-in-one, you need to press one button.
The Mini-in-One 24 Display got 23.8-inch panel Full HD (1920x1080 pixels) with anti-reflective coating and refresh rate of 60 Hz. Two microphones, stereo speakers and a webcam with a full HD Full HD recording are built into the screen, and it is complemented by a shutter to ensure privacy. The display can be rotated at different angles, from 5 to 35 degrees. Monitor and computer units are connected via the USB-C port. There are additional outputs that allow you to connect additional monitors or peripherals.

If the user needs to upgradesystem, you can replace the drive or RAM. If this is not enough. That block HP Mini PC is changed to another more advanced model. The manufacturer announced the compatibility of their display systems with small form factor HP ProDesk and EliteDesk Mini G5. They allow you to install processors with a TDP up to 65 watts. The EliteDesk Mini G5 can include an Intel processor from the Celeron G4930 to the Core i7-8700, up to 64 GB of RAM, an SSD with a capacity of up to 512 GB, or a hard disk with a capacity of up to 2 TB.

The price of the HP Mini-in-One 24 Display is $ 279. The system will go on sale in August. HP Mini PC (or other compatible) will need to be purchased separately. For example, EliteDesk Mini G5 will cost $ 924. Sale of the device starts in July.

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