HP Pavilion Wave

Sep 19, 2016

Category: Tech

Say goodbye to the old chunky PC’s of yore. HP’s new desktop computer, the Pavilion Wave, not only looks attractive, but sounds great too. Yeah, you read that right. Sounds great. HP’s Pavilion wave doubles as a Bang & Olufson speaker.

With this new offering, HP eschews the sad plastic look in favor or a sophisticated triangular design with a woven cover. This design choice gives the computer the look of a high quality speaker, but it’s much more than that. Stuffed into this small console is an Intel Core Processor, 16GB of ram, a AMD R9 470M Graphics card, and an optional 2TB hard drive – it was built to be a streaming media machine. Now dedicated or casual gamers can enjoy crisp images on their monitors, as can freelancers looking to jump into a video conference from across the country, all along with legendary audio quality. Prices are set at just $550. [Purchase]

HP Pavilion Wave 1

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