If you're looking for a slim, attractive desktop computer to fit into your home or office, you've got a tough choice here from HP.
These are a pair of 23 inch computers, identical inside.
Except one of them has ultra slim bezels.
Just take a look at the difference between these huge black borders on the machine to your left and the tiny thin ones on the machine on the right.
Each of them has Intel core processors inside, plenty of memory and storage but this one makes it feel like the screen is the only thing you're looking at.
It's also got this cool pop up camera that protects your privacy if you want to make sure that nobody's gonna see what's going on if you are worried about camera hacks or something like that, you pop it down in there.
And the camera physically and electrically disconnects from the entire computer.
It's not on any more, once it pops down into the frame.
You do lose a few things by going with the ultra thin configuration though.
You don't get an optical drive.
You don't get a touchscreen and you're limited to a 1080p resolution compared to the larger resolution options the QHD resolution you can get on the other machine over here.
Still, for only a $50 difference, you can have a much Slimmer, more attractive machine.
And if you need an optical drive, a few more options, fifty dollars less for the one over here.
These are the new Pavilion All In Ones from HP.
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