The range is spear-headed by the high-end HP SpectreOne, which has been touted as a rival to Apple's iMac machines.
Measuring in at just 11.5mm, the ultra-thin HP SpectreOne features a 23.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) touch-screen display and a built-in Nvidia 1GB graphics card.
Other hardware features include near-field communication technology, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 support, a HDMI input and a Beats Audio headphone jack.
The mid-range HP Envy 20 and HP Envy 23 are the same machine with alternate screen sizes, one 20-inch and the other slightly larger at 23-inch. Both are touch-screen enabled, but support HD resolutions rather than full HD.
HP's Pavilion 20 rounds off the range, providing a budget PC equipped with a 20-inch screen, offering many of the core features of the other machines without touch-screen capabilities.
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Pocket-lint reports that the HP SpectreOne and HP Envy 23 models will be coming to the UK in mid-November and late October, priced at £1,199 and £749.99 respectively.