As more South Africans are dealing with the realities of working from home, some may be interested in improving their PC setup moving forward. It is perhaps fortuitous then that HP has revealed two new additions to its AIO Pavilion PC lineup, with a 24″ and 27″ model headed to the country later this year.

They are expected to be available to purchase in July, according to the firm, with the firm noting that they are solid options for those wanting to do intensive projects, schoolwork or simply have an AIO that the entire family can make use of.

As HP likes to do with many of its premium devices, some architectural design elements have been included, such as the housing sitting below the bottom bezel of the AIO Pavilion range, which looks similar to the triangular aesthetic that the firm has used in previous Envy and Spectre notebook models.

The range also features some innovation too, with it being the first AIO with Qi wireless charging pads built into the stand that supports a number of different operating systems. Whether that means you’ll be able to charge your iOS or Android device too, remains to be seen.

What is known though, is the internal specifications on offer, with HP fitting these new AIO PCs with up to 10th Gen Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7 processors, as well as Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics cards. On the display side of things, HP is also making a 4K option available on the larger 27″ variant, with support for HDR 400. 

Other multimedia elements include a 5MP front facing camera for videoconferencing and Bang & Olufsen taking care of the dual speaker setup available in the range.

As for how much these Pavilion AIO PCs are expected to cost, the 24″ model will start at an RRP of R24 999 and the larger 27″ flavour starting at R27 999 (RRP).