Hey, guess what the latest innovation is? Probably this 23.6-inch HP Spectre One deskop. It’s the first real desktop computer you can use with Windows 8 that sounds incredibly reasonable and probably awesome. The 23.6-inch display is actually a capacitive multiouch panel, the latest Ivy Bridge Intel chipsets, discrete NVIDIA graphics for gaming, up to 8 gigabytes of RAM, USB 3.0 connectivity, HDMI-in and the choice of HDD or SSD. Plus the back panel is removable for easy upgrading.
But you didn’t expect HP to add NFC, did you? Each Spectre One is provided with NFC tags you can use that engages the computer to perform any specific action that’s tagged to the NFC tag.
HP Spectre One will be available in November at a starting price of $1300, its less expensive brothers will be the Envy 20 and 23 which offer all the same features, except with NFC and the brilliant design, for $800 and $1000, respectively. Via: HP