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HP unveils touchscreenless all-in-one desktop PC

Omni 27 can be wall mounted

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HP has taken the wraps off its first 27in all-in-one, dubbed the Omni 27.

HP Omni 27 all-in-one desktop PC

It's also the PC maker's first AiO without a touchscreen - a sign, perhaps, that punters aren't so keen on the technology in a desktop context.

Whatever, the Omni contains an Intel Core i5-2400S processor, up to 2TB of hard drive storage, 2.4GHz 802.11n and comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse.

HP Omni 27 all-in-one desktop PC

Optional extras include a TV tuner and a Blu-ray drive. It comes with an HDMI input as standard, so you can connect set-top boxes and players. It has Beats audio enhancement on board. The stand can be removed to allow the Omni to be mounted on a wall.

HP Omni 27 all-in-one desktop PC

The Omni 27 goes on sale in the States on 8 January. Prices start at $1200. There's no word yet from HP UK on the Omni's debut over here. ®

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