HP today announced the new all-in-one HP Omni Pro 110 PC and it certainly seems to be a good compromise between features and looks, well suited for the business environment.
It’s got a 20″ widescreen (1600 x 900) anti-glare display, stereo speakers, webcam and microphone and comes with a choice of Pentium or Core 2 processors, paired with up to 4 GB RAM. Media-wise, there’s an HDD up to 1 TB, LightScribe DVD writer and a 6-in-1 media reader. All bundled into a single unit, 16″ tall by 20″ wide and 8.6″ deep. It’s all perfectly adequate for office duties.
Gigabit networking is standard but it seems that the wireless networking is an optional extra, which is a bit strange in this day and age. And to save the planet, HP’s Power Assistant software reduces the 110‘s energy consumption without affecting your productivity.
Windows 7 will be the standard OS offering on the Omni Pro 110 but Red Flag Linux will also be an option, presumably in China and allied territories.
Prices start from $639. Check out some of the pictures below and there’s a spec sheet here.
And no, I don’t know what the business with the 110 in superscript is either.