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HP intros iMac-like MS200 all-in-one

updated 12:00 am EDT, Tue September 15, 2009

HP Pavilion MS200 with Windows 7

HP's launches today have included the company's first Pavilion All-in-One PC, the MS200. The system borrows the same core design principle as the iMac and balances the entire computer on an angled stand; compared to Apple's full speed computer, though, the MS200 is consciously treated as a step above nettops and is meant as a dorm room or kitchen PC. The new offering is based on a 1.5GHz Athlon X2 and brings Radeon HD 3200 integrated video that can offload much of the 3D acceleration and movie decoding work.

A single trim level ships today for $599 with 2G of RAM, a 320GB hard disk and a DVD burner. HP makes a webcam and Wi-Fi standard and gives the MS200 a custom MediaSmart front end for photo and video editing or playback as well as Pandora Internet radio and video chat. Systems ship day-and-date with Windows 7 on October 22nd.










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  1. chrup

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Sony has one, too.

    Sony has something like this for a while, too. It the VAIO JS109J ... Google it :)

  1. footie07

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Not on HP website

    I couldn't find this on the HP website. Nice drawing.

  1. footie07

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Not on HP Corp website either

    HP did announce some interesting pc's today. But nothing like this ... duh

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