HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One PC Review: Top 5 Features!

HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One PC Review: Top 5 Features!

The HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One
PC is architecturally inspired and boasts
powerful performance and an edge-to-edge display to enhance
the way we work and play. In this episode, I bring you
the top five features that set this one apart from the competition. What’s going on, tech squad? Andru Edwards here,
editor-in-chief of GearLive.com. If this is your first time here, this channel is all about
tech gadgets and gaming so if you’re into that kind
of stuff, feel free to hit the subscribe button down
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don’t miss any future videos. As I said today, we’re talking
about the HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One PC. Big shout out to HP for sending over the Pavilion 24 PC, and for
sponsoring this video. If you’re looking for a PC
that’s unique, a PC that’s different, and a PC that
doesn’t take up too much space, while looking good, the HP
Pavilion 24 All-in-One may be the answer for you. I have five reasons why I think you should consider one. These are my top five features of the HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One PC. This is the PC that allows you to power through your workday with style. On the inside, it’s got
the new AMD A12 processor along with 8GB of RAM,
and a 1 TB hard drive. So it’s got plenty of power to handle whatever you want to throw at it. Well let me share with you my top five reasons why you
should consider the HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One for your next PC purchase. And we’re starting with
that large display. The HP Pavilion 24 has a 24
inch display to navigate your way through webpages, videos,
and all your other content. And for the times when you need
a little help, it’s also got Cortana Voice Assistant built right in. So you can just talk to the PC and tell it
what you need it to do. Hey Cortana. What’s the weather tomorrow? – [Cortana] The forecast for
tomorrow shows rain with a high of 47 and a low of 43. – [Andru] Hey Cortana. How many days until Christmas? – [Cortana] 42. – [Andru] Up next on my
list of top five, is that sculptural stand and the design aesthetic of this PC overall. HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One sports a striking design, starting
with that sculptural stand, which allows you to tilt the display from negative five degrees
to positive 35 degrees. The stand itself is forged
from diecast aluminum with a satin finish and steel baseplate. So it looks good and feels great, all while providing
that structural integrity. Up next on my list is the webcam. The HP Pavilion 24 comes with a built-in webcam
which is obviously great for things like Skype and other
video calling services, as well as if you just want to make
recordings of yourself speaking into the camera. An optional IR camera
adds another layer of security with face authentication
through Windows Hello. Up next on my top five
list, number four is the port selection. HP went all out here and put all sorts of ports on this thing. A 3-in-1 media card slot, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, an
HDMI out, and even a USB-C port so pretty much anything you can
think of, you can plug it in to this PC. That is fantastic. And number five, on my top
five features, on the HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One are the
dual front-facing speakers. On the front you get a pair of
front firing speakers, which sound great because the sound
is coming towards you, rather than being shot toward your
desk or being shot from behind the computer. The speakers are custom
tuned in collaboration with B&O Play to deliver rich sound. So, there you have it guys,
my top five features of the HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One PC. Sounds great, looks great, and it’s got the power to
handle whatever you want to throw at it. Thanks again to HP for sending it over and sponsoring this video. Let me know what you guys think down in the comments below. I’ll meet you down there for further discussion. If you enjoyed this video, do drop a like on it, and if you
haven’t done so already you can subscribe for free to the
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at the bottom of the screen. Thanks so much for watching. As always guys, I appreciate your support. I’m Andru Edwards and I’ll catch you in the next video. (upbeat music)

92 thoughts to “HP Pavilion 24 All-in-One PC Review: Top 5 Features!”


  2. Hi I know that this computer has a Video card Called Radeon R5 graphics. Can I change this card?

  3. wish you would of shown how to use the cd player,,I am rather leary of it cause it opens but the cd or dvd is impossible to slide in and it's pretty flimsy so am afraid I will break it

  4. I have it, it is complete garbage if you are using it for editing videos , or even playing freakin minecraft!

  5. I know this is weird but it shows up a HP sign and I’ve seen video but I can’t get it. Can someone please help me?

  6. Who the hell has speakers that fire towards the desk or behind the screen lol. Let's be realistic. HD is trash for speed and gaming. No and drive means it sucks. So mention if the HDD is actually upgradeable.

  7. been there done that. when the bulb burns out on the monitor you are stuck with a paper weight and no way to get your stuff off of your computer unless you tear the hard drive out….

  8. I don't have any problem with your physical appearance, but please can you just show us the computer that is the real thing that interest us, please; no offence.

  9. so im starting a new job and these are the system requirements. do you think this would be a good computer?
    Minimum CPU Speed

    2 Physical cores @ 2.7 GHz Processor or better
    4 Physical cores @ 2.2 GHz processor or better
    Minimum 4Gb RAM
    Minimum vertical monitor resolution of 1080 pixels (1920×1080 or higher preferred)
    Multiple monitors required
    250 GB, 7200 RPM SATA hard drive or better
    Internet connection speeds exceeding 10Mbps down and 2Mbps up
    Satellite and/or Cellular connection (3g/4g) are not allowed
    Windows 7 or higher including .NET 4.7 with all security patches applied

  10. It's a nice computer… if you want to simply stay on facebook and other social media. There is NO external mic jack (there is a combo headset jack) and the built-in audio is pure crap! Very difficult to work on video production with this system as it doesn't render video very well.

  11. I usually hear YouTubers saying "subscribe down below" 🤔 smh
    That's just annoying.
    I think it should be click the red Subscribe button on the Stream..

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