HP this week announced the Pavilion Mini Desktop and Stream Mini Desktop at the International CES in Las Vegas, NV.
The HP Pavilion Mini Desktop measures at 2.06 inches in height and weighs 1.6 lbs, and is Energy Star certified at 45 watts of power.
The HP Stream Mini Desktop will include an Intel Celeron 2957U, 2GB RAM, and 32 SSD at $179.99.
Both desktops will be sold direct from HP Jan. 14 and at select retailers Feb. 8.
HP in 2014 released the Stream 11, a low-cost notebook computer with Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8.1 pre-installed.