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HP's new Pavilion All-in-One comes in two different flavors: one with big black bezels, and one that's far slimmer. Both have the same 23.8-inch screen. Not pictured: the 27-inch model, which also has big black bezels.
Here's a closer look at the slim, sexy variant. It's got a pop-up webcam module that can be fully recessed for privacy. Or just to maintain the sleek look. Your pick.
A closer look at how slim this machine is. Both versions have Bang & Olufsen audio built right in.
Which would you pick? Keep in mind that the sleeker version doesn't have a touchscreen or an optical drive.
Around back, the predominantly plastic chassis is held up by solid metal legs.
Here's the pop-up webcam and microphone module. When you push it down, it actually electrically disconnects from the PC.
Here's what it looks like with the camera recessed. Just press down and it'll lock into place, then press again to pop it up.
Quite a few ports around back, and some more that you can't see underneath the PC's chin for easy access. The ones you can't see include a USB-C port and an SD card reader.
Here's HP's new and improved Pavilion x360 backflipping notebook, which turns into a tablet with a touchscreen.
Here's the 11.6-inch model, which starts at just $380. It's a little bit hefty at 2.93lbs and 19.3mm thick, but it feels pretty solid.
There's also a brand-new 15-inch model of the Pavilion x360 starting at $580, and this lovely new "Sport Purple" shade. The color really pops.
One last look at that purple Pavilion x360.
The big win here is the redesigned hinge, which HP borrowed from the pricier Spectre x360. The old hinge was a poor substitute.