HP Omni 27 Teardown
Released in February 2012, the HP Omni 27 Quad was the first Windows-based all-in-one PC to break the 27-inch barrier. Before then, only Apple offered an all-in-one machine with such a large display--the 27-inch iMac. With HP and other Windows PC makers entering the 27-inch market, prices should come down and buyers will have more choice. Follow along as I crack open the HP Omni 27 for a look at the hardware inside.
For a detailed analysis of the teardown, check out my article and video, HP Omni 27 teardown reveals easy-to-service machine with respectable hardware.
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