HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop: A mix of great performance and compact style

An article published on HP’s Tech Takes lists the five main reasons one should buy an all-in-one computer. In it, the writer explains that all-in-one computers come with the latest updates that a person would want. That is also the case when it comes to the HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop as it boasts the latest specifications available in the market. As with any all-in-one desktop, the HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop is a hybrid that combines the features of a computer and a laptop. It offers the high-level performance that is needed for work, entertainment, gaming and more. 

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The HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop presents a futuristic look with thin bezels on three sides that give rise to the desktop’s edge-to-edge display. The frame is made of die-cast aluminium that is enhanced by a satin finish, giving the desktop its smooth look. The steel plate base supports the screen well while taking up less space.

The ports are conveniently placed on the backside of the desktop. The screen is tiltable between -5 to +25 degrees allowing people to adjust it for perfect viewing. It is available in two sizes, diagonally 23.8 inches or 27 inches.

HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop


The adjustable screen that offers a comfortable viewing is further enhanced by the 178-degree wide viewing. This results in a screen that exhibits a high-quality display from any angle without any worries about glares. Precisely, the screen offers great clarity. Moreover, its Full High Definition (1920 X 1080 pixels) display optimises the display to a whole new level. There is also a Quad HD (2560 X 1440) option. 

The HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop is equipped with in-plane switching (IPS) technology. IPS panels is yet another reason why the display is great from every angle. The IPS ensures that there is no tailing when the touchscreen is controlled. 

Besides, its WLED-backlit (white light-emitting diode) feature means light is distributed equally on the screen. To add to it, the system has a glossy screen allowing the screen to produce pictures with great colour saturation and sharp display. These characteristics ensure that the user experience is not affected by the room’s lighting.  To add to it, the desktop’s 250 nits make for a brighter display. 

Camera and Security

The HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop has a unique camera setup that is placed in a slot behind the desktop. One can slide it up and use the pop-up camera whenever needed and slide it back when not in use. This way, the inbuilt camera is a great option when it comes to privacy. The additional IR camera can be used while using Windows’ integrated Windows Hello Face feature. The 5MP webcam allows recording a wide vision making it the best option for people to do video calls as a group. 

HP All-In-One Desktop


This system is perfect for watching video content not only because of its promising display but also the audio quality offered by the desktop’s inbuilt speakers by B&O (Bang & Olufsen). The speakers are tuned by experts at B&O in such a way that even an audiophile will appreciate it. Moreover, the gadget’s immersive audio from HP helps to optimise the sound’s volume.


The full high definition screens offer two graphics card option. While one model has the AMD Radeon, the other has the Nvidia GeForce MX 350. In general, the AMD Radeon is more compatible with an FHD screen and is more budget-friendly compared to Nvidia GeForce. In terms of graphics quality, the Nvidia GeForce MX 350 is better, especially for gaming. 

HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop


When purchasing the HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop one can choose between the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, 10th generation intel core i5 processor and 11th generation intel core i5 processor. 

With Techspot calling the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H the fastest entry-level central processing unit, it ensures that the system function smoothly. It has six cores that improve productivity when multitasking. The processor’s clock speed is at a minimum of 3.0 GHz and a maximum of 4.0 GHz when boosted. A high-clock speed means programs run fast. It has 8MB of space to store cache.

The intel core i5 processors also offer the high-level performance required by users. In comparison to the AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, the intel core i5 processors have a lower clock speed. However, it has better L3 cache space. This measure allows the CPU to store often used commands and exhibits them at a faster speed when needed.

In addition that, the HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop is integrated with Realtek WiFi and Bluetooth that improve the desktop’s connectivity. When it comes to storage, the desktops have 16GB RAM and 256GB of storage space.

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Additional Hardware Components

Each model type of HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop features different additional hardware components. When one 23.8-inch model comes with a wired keyboard, the other 23.8-inch comes with a wireless keyboard. The 27-inch model comes with a wireless keyboard and a mouse.

Given that the desktops are touchscreens, one does not need to carry the input devices wherever they go. They come in handy when gaming or working on video editing software like Adobe Premiere Pro.

HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One


The 23.8-inch models are originally priced at US$ 899.99 and US$ 999.99. The 27-inch screen costs US$ 1099.99. The 23.8-inch one has been reduced by US$ 100 at the time of writing. Comparing it to all-in-one desktops from other brands like Dell, Asus and more, the HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop is rightly priced according to its feature.


In conclusion, the HP Pavilion 24 All-In-One Desktop is inbuilt with an up-to-date GPU and CPU. It offers a great audio-visual experience that is enhanced by high-level performance. Its smooth functioning and ability to run programs quickly make it perfect for multi-tasking. It is a great option for video editing, gaming, working from home and more. 

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