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August 20, 2012

Geek deals: $200 off New HP Envy 23 all-in-one PC

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Whenever a new line of PCs is introduced, usually coinciding with a technology refresh from Intel, they are typically staggered. Every type of PC in a manufacturer’s lineup will have to be refreshed, whether designs and features are updated or not, and it is a logistical nightmare for everything to be announced and shipped at the same time.

Smaller companies with tighter logistical control and more integrated internal teams don’t have as much trouble, like we have seen with Apple. But the leading PC manufacturers like Lenovo and HP face far more difficulty in launching dozens of new products at once.

That’s why even though we are 3+ months past the official release of Intel’s 3rd generation Core platform and still seeing new products launching from the big three PC manufacturers. The newest is this slick little number from HP — a 23-inch all-in-one desktop that is the first such to grace their premium Envy product line.

The design is the first clue that this is an Envy product: clean lines, aluminum frame, and edge-to-edge glass display. Rather than being a slim Apple-esque laptop, the HP Envy 23 is built around an expansive 23-inch 1080p screen with a total thickness of just under 9 inches.

Your choice of Ivy Bridge processors power this new PC, along with a lot of standard features. You get a slot-loading Blu-ray player, quad-core Core i5 CPU, USB 3.0, media card reader, Wireless-N, and 8GB of RAM on every model. For those wanting a little more horsepower, you can step up to a number of faster Core i5 and Core i7 processors, up to 16GB DDR3 RAM, four different NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, and more. HP even includes a 2 year warranty standard.

One of the neater option for the Envy 23 is a “game console” feature, which for an additional $50 gives you an HDMI input that lets you hook up your device of choice and use the Envy 23′s screen. The ideal choice would be something like an Xbox or Playstation, making this truly an all-in-one device that can handle your computing AND entertainment needs.

This new model normally starts at $1,099.99, but for a limited time HP is offering $150 instant savings. That combined with our exclusive $50 coupon brings the starting price of this slick new AIO PC down to just $899.99 with free shipping.

Visit LogicBuy for the HP ENVY 23-1050t all-in-one PC


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