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HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion All-in-One (2016)

HP Pavilion x360 (2016)

HP Pavilion x360 (2016)

HP Pavilion x360 (2016)

HP Pavilion x360 (2016)

HP Pavilion x360 (2016)

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.

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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.

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A closer look at how slim this machine is. Both versions have Bang & Olufsen audio built right in.

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Which would you pick? Keep in mind that the sleeker version doesn't have a touchscreen or an optical drive.

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Around back, the predominantly plastic chassis is held up by solid metal legs.

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Here's the pop-up webcam and microphone module. When you push it down, it actually electrically disconnects from the PC.

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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.

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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.

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Here's HP's new and improved Pavilion x360 backflipping notebook, which turns into a tablet with a touchscreen.

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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.

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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.

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One last look at that purple Pavilion x360.

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The big win here is the redesigned hinge, which HP borrowed from the pricier Spectre x360. The old hinge was a poor substitute.

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