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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on March 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aadhaar, Carry, , , Intex, mAadhaar, ,   

    mAadhaar App to Carry Your Aadhaar, Jio Feature Phone by Intex, and More: Your 360 Daily 

    Highlights mAadhaar app launched for Android users to carry Aadhaar around Jio and Intex are in talks to manufacture the Jio 4G VoLTE feature phone Reliance Jio aims to sell 20 crore feature phones in 2 years

    In a new effort to digitise Aadhaar, the UIDAI has launched a new mAadhaar app on Android, which lets you carry around a digital copy of your Aadhaar card for quick access to your personal details. UIDAI stated in its tweet that the app is currently in beta and that new features will be rolled out in future updates. For now, the mAadhaar app will let you view details like your name, date of birth, gender, address and photograph from your Aadhaar card. It will also let you lock or unlock your biometric data.

    The push for linking your Aadhaar number with your PAN card is an effort by the government to weed out duplicate PAN cards and the likes. However, it’s a little unnerving when Aadhaar details are easily leaked onto the Internet, like the latest one where 210 central and state government websites were found to be displaying Aadhaar numbers of beneficiaries, along with their details.According to PP Chaundhary, Minister of State for Electronics and IT, there has been no leakage from UIDAI’s side and they are monitoring the sites to ensure all personal data has been removed. The big question still remains how these details were public knowledge to begin with and that too, on such a wide scale.


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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on March 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 10.12.6, 10.2.2, 10.3.3, 3.2.3, macOS, , , watchOS, What's   

    iOS 10.3.3, macOS 10.12.6, watchOS 3.2.3, and tvOS 10.2.2 Updates Released: What’s New 

    Highlights New versions are minor updates Available worldwide for supported devices iOS 10.3.3 brings security fixes and other improvements

    Apple rolled out minor software updates for all its major platforms

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Carriers, Ended, , , Officially   

    US Laptop Ban on Middle East Carriers Has Officially Ended 

    Highlights Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport was the last of 10 airports US officials lifted the ban after visiting the 10 airports New requirements include enhanced passenger screening

    The United States has ended a four month ban on passengers carrying laptops onboard US bound flights from certain airports in the Middle East and North Africa, bringing to an end one of the controversial travel restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump’s administration.

    Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport was the last of 10 airports to be exempted from the ban, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed in a tweet late on Wednesday local time.

    Middle East carriers have blamed Trump’s travel restrictions, which include banning citizens of some Muslim majority countries from visiting the United States, for a downturn in demand on US routes.

    In March, the United States banned large electronics in cabins on flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa over concerns that explosives could be concealed in the devices taken onboard aircraft.

    The ban has been lifted on the nine airlines affected – Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Royal Jordanian, Kuwait Airways, EgyptAir and Royal Air Maroc — which are the only carriers to fly direct to the United States from the region.

    A ban on citizens of six Muslim-majority countries – Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen, – remains in place though has been limited after several US court hearings challenged the restrictions.

    “The aviation industry has been trying to come together with a united message to governments and stakeholders about regulation and supporting the industry,” said Will Horton, senior analyst at Australian aviation consultancy CAPA.

    “That was dealt a first blow from the travel ban and then a second from the large electronics ban.”

    Leading industry group the International Air Transport Association (IATA) criticised the laptop ban as ineffective, as security experts argued that militants could travel to the United States via Europe or elsewhere where the restrictions didn’t apply.

    The restrictions were imposed as major US carriers American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines resumed their campaign against the Gulf carriers Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways by pressuring the new US administration to renegotiate its open skies agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

    However, US and Middle East officials said the campaign and the travel restrictions were not related.

    US officials lifted the ban after visiting the 10 airports in Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and Turkey over the past three weeks to confirm new security measures announced last month were being implemented.

    On Thursday, the US issued a revised directive to airlines around the world in response to requests that it clarify aviation security measures scheduled to start taking effect this week.

    The new requirements include enhanced passenger screening at foreign airports, increased security protocols around aircraft and in passenger areas and expanded canine screening. They affect 325,000 airline passengers on about 2,000 commercial flights arriving daily in the United States, on 180 airlines from 280 airports in 105 countries.

    Airlines that fail to meet the new security requirements could face in-cabin electronics restrictions.

    The United Kingdom continues to enforce a similar in-cabin ban on electronics ban on flights from some Middle Eastern airports. Those restrictions apply to flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on March 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Convertibles, , , , , , Near-Term   

    Lenovo India Says Gaming PCs, Convertibles Will Drive Near-Term Growth 

    Highlights Lenovo feels that demonetisation has brought business more structured Globally, Lenovo shipped 12.1 million units in the second quarter of 2017 Lenovo on Wednesday launched its new range of consumer laptops

    The note ban did have a slight impact on the adoption of technology and purchasing trends in the country but that phase is now over and gaming PCs, along with convertible laptops, will drive the next level of growth in the personal computers’ space, a top Lenovo India executive has stressed.

    Saying that demonetisation cooled down the demand for PCs in India, market research firm Gartner said earlier this week that worldwide PC shipments saw a 4.3 percent decline in the second quarter of 2017. It added that the PC industry globally is in the midst of a five-year slump and this is the 11th straight quarter of declining shipments.

    In the Asia-Pacific region, PC shipments witnessed a decline of 5.1 percent in the quarter and, in India, “the PC market was primarily affected by market dynamics coupled with the absence of a large tender deal compared to a year ago and higher PC prices brought about weak market growth,” Gartner said.

    “The market is only looking up. Demonetisation was a blip and it created an instability for a short time — 15 days or a month. We were all surprised with the way the market has bounced back,” Rajesh Thadani, Executive Director-Consumer Business and Ecommerce, Lenovo India, told IANS.

    “After the demonestisation, we saw that demand for premium devices (priced more than Rs. 50,000) doubled. The mainstream market – devices which are available for nearly Rs. 30,000 – is also growing,” Thadani added.

    According to the latest “Quarterly Personal Computing Device Tracker” by market research firm IDC, Lenovo, with 17.7 percent market share, came third in India for the first quarter of 2017.

    Globally, Lenovo shipped 12.1 million units in the second quarter of 2017 and recorded 19.9 percent market share to grab the second spot, according to Gartner.

    Aiming to change these figures, Lenovo on July 19 unveiled new additions to its Yoga and Ideapad range of future-ready laptops.

    With this, the Chinese technology major has targeted mainstream and premium segment customers with devices ranging from as low as Rs. 17,800 to a highest of Rs. 74,850.

    “The consumers today are no longer satisfied with a basic PC and want more power in it. There is a small set of customers who are deal seekers and want value for money, but those who want New Age devices and have spending capacity are growing very fast. I think this is the trend we are witnessing in the Indian consumer industry,” Thadani noted.

    Even gamers are now shelling out more money to get a top-of-the-line experience.

    “When the cash was going out of the system owing to the note ban, Lenovo changed the strategy and offered discounts on credit cards, EMI schemes and tied up with third-party vendors. This helped us create even more demand,” the Lenovo executive told IANS.

    Thadani highlighted that in mature markets like Japan, the PC market is declining but when it comes to evolving markets like India where PC penetration is still low, the demand is growing.

    Talking about GST, he said that the move has forced businesses to become more structured.

    “We see a lot of opportunity because enterprises and traders are now joining the new tax regime. They would need infrastructure and this is where companies like Lenovo will benefit by providing them solutions,” Thadani said.

    Going forward, the company is building products around Virtual Reality (VR) and new technologies where the devices will be Cloud-enabled.

    “It’s still early to talk about, but this is something that we look forward to. With the technologies around Microsoft Cortana, Lenovo will come with devices that will fulfil the current and growing needs of the consumers,” Thadani said.

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    Tags: Lenovo, Lenovo PC Launch, PC, Laptops, Lenovo India

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on March 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Questions, , Sidesteps   

    Microsoft Reports Cloud Business Growth, Sidesteps Job Cut Questions 

    Highlights Microsoft said it made a profit of $6.5 billion About $7.4 billion of the revenue came from “intelligent cloud” offerings Cloud-based products like Office 365 rose in the quarter

    Microsoft on Thursday reported that its quarterly earnings was lifted on the back of its shift to focusing on computing services hosted in the Internet cloud.

    The US technology giant said it made a profit of $6.5 billion (roughly Rs. 41,832 crores) in the recently ended quarter as revenue rose to $23.3 billion (Rs. 1,49,959 crores).

    Microsoft shares – which closed the official trading day at a new all-time high of $74.22 – leapt after release of the earnings figures, only to come back down and even slip a bit in after-market trades to $73.65.

    About $7.4 billion (roughly Rs. 47,625 crores) of the revenue in the quarter came from “intelligent cloud” offerings that are part of Microsoft shedding its legacy of packaged software and embracing a future in which computing power is hosted online as a service.

    “Innovation across our cloud platforms drove strong results this quarter,” Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said in a statement.

    Microsoft uses the term “intelligent cloud” to refer to services that let businesses take advantage of computing power online in its data centers, coupled with insights or analysis by artificial intelligence software.

    Microsoft also said cloud-based products like Office 365 rose in the quarter, with the number of Office 365 subscribers climbing to 27 million.

    The quarterly profit figure topped Wall Street expectations, while revenue was roughly in line.

    Trimming jobs
    During an earnings call, Microsoft executives sidestepped providing details about recently disclosed plans to cut jobs, evidently while reorganizing its global sales operations to better hawk cloud products.

    The pioneering software firm had more than 121,000 employees worldwide at the end of March, according to its website.

    It is seeking to be a first port-of-call for businesses relying on cloud computing, as the industry moves away from packaged software.

    Microsoft’s cloud computing platform will be used outside China for collaboration by members of a self-driving car alliance formed by Chinese Internet search giant Baidu, the companies announced this week.

    The US software powerhouse is one of more than 50 entities to join the Apollo alliance created by Baidu in April.

    Microsoft will enable alliance members to collaborate, share information and tap into its Azure cloud computing service, according to the companies.

    Azure faces competition from technology titans Amazon and Google.

    Each of the companies has also been investing in artificial intelligence, which can make services hosted in the Internet cloud more intuitive when it comes to handling data and meeting user needs.

    ‘Intelligent edge’
    Microsoft, which is based in Redmond, Washington, has announced thousands of jobs cuts in recent years, the most severe being 18,000 positions eliminated in 2014 linked to the company’s acquisition of Nokia and failed efforts in the smartphone market.

    Cloud, business and productivity offerings were bright spots for Microsoft in the recently ended quarter, while matters appeared dimmer in the world of personal computing software that was long a money-making stronghold, according to J. Gold Associates principal analyst Jack Gold.

    Revenue essentially doubled from Azure, which has an advantage over rivals operated by Amazon and Google because huge numbers of businesses are already using Microsoft software in-house, the analyst said.

    Microsoft also saw impressive growth at Dynamics, its cloud service for managing sales teams that competes with the likes of Salesforce.

    “Clearly, the money and growth going forward is not in the personal computing area, it is in the other areas,” Gold said, adding: “which is why it is so important for Microsoft to be in the cloud.”

    Microsoft is also looking to the cloud to rebound from failure in the smartphone market.

    The company remains a part of the mobile landscape with applications, digital assistants and other offerings.

    Enhancements to the widely used Windows operating system to roll out later this year are designed to make applications built on Microsoft technology work more harmoniously across an array of Internet-linked devices, according to demonstrations at the company’s developers conference.

    Windows 10 will be able to integrate with a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets and virtual or augmented reality gear, a strategy Microsoft refers to as its “intelligent edge.”

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    Tags: Microsoft, Microsoft Earnings, Internet, PC Laptops, Mobiles, Tablets, Apps, Wearables

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Flipkart, , Grand, , , Tablets   

    Flipkart Grand Gadget Day Sale Offers: Deals on Laptops, Cameras, Tablets, and More 

    Highlights Gaming laptops are listed with up to Rs. 20,000 off on exchange Moto headphones are free with Canon EOS 700D DSLR camera Chromecast 2 is up for grabs at Rs. 3,199

    Flipkart is hosting one sale after the other, and now it’s begun its Grand Gadget Days, with a host of gaming hardware, laptops, cameras, and audio accessories offers and deals. The Flipkart Grand Gadget Days will go on till July 26, and the three-day festival has personal grooming gadgets under Rs. 999 as well.

    In this sale, Flipkart has listed laptops with Intel Core i3 and Intel Core i5 processors starting from Rs. 26,990 and Rs. 41,990 respectively. Budgets laptops from Acer, iBall, Lava, and Micromax start from as low as Rs. 10,499. Gaming laptops are listed with up to Rs. 20,000 on exchange for all those interested in heavy-duty processing and graphics. Furthermore, 2-in-1 laptops are listed from Rs. 25,990 and AIO desktops from Intel Intel, Lenovo, and HP start at Rs. 32,490. All laptop deals can be seen here.

    With respect to cameras, the Cannon EOS 700D DSLR camera is up for grabs for Rs. 39,499, and Flipkart is offering Moto headphones worth Rs. 6,999 for free with the purchase. An extra 5 percent off on Axis Bank Buzz credit cards is also applicable. The GoPro Hero 5 sports and action camera is also up for grabs for Rs. 36,100. You can see all the cameras and their accessories deals here.

    Tablets from Lenovo, Apple, Samsung, Micromax, iBall, and many more have great discounts and offers. The new iPad Pro starting from Rs. 49,900 is up for pre-order and is expected to be shipped on July 28. There’s a No Cost EMI option on select other Apple iPads, and if you’re looking for a budget tablet, then the Lenovo Phab 2 series has an extra Rs. 1,000 off as well. All the tablet deals can be viewed here.

    Audio accessories like headphones, speakers, and Home Theatre systems are also listed. Chromecast 2 is up for grabs at Rs. 3,199 with the Axis Bank Buzz credit card offer applicable for further 5 percent discount. All the audio deals can be seen here.

    Deals on gaming hardware, accessories, and CDs can be found here, and personal and health care gadget deals are listed here. There’s also a section where products under Rs. 999 are listed, and the list can be found here.

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    Tags: Flipkart, Grand Gadget Sale, Flipkart Laptop Sale, Flipkart Camera Sale, Flipkart Tablets Offers, Tablets, PCs, Laptops

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on March 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Deprecates, , , , ,   

    Microsoft Deprecates Paint After 32 Years With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 

    Highlights Microsoft Paint was introduced in 1985 with Windows 1.0 It was known for its simple UI for easy editing Support to end with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

    Microsoft Paint is something we grew up with. Since the 1980s, Paint has stood as one of the earliest tools that taught us how to draw, use different shape presets, make quick copy and paste jobs, or just scribble when we had nothing better to do. 32 years later, Microsoft is ready to take away a part of our childhood when it stops support for Paint with the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

    Introduced in 1985 with Windows 1.0, Paint was one of the first graphics editors which became a household feature for Windows users. It was only by Windows 98 that one could start saving Paint files as JPEG. Apart from Paint, Microsoft has also added Outlook Express, Reader App, and Reader List to its list of “features that are removed or deprecated in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.” Paint falls under the deprecated column, which means that these apps will not be in active development and will likely be removed in future releases.

    Update: Microsoft on Monday clarified that MS Paint is not going away, but will be made available as an optional download via the Windows Store.

    Killing off Paint suggests that Microsoft wants to push users towards adopting Paint 3D, which was introduced in April with the Windows 10 Creators Update as a more professional editing software. Paint 3D gives users 3D image making tools along with the 2D tools. In fact, Microsoft’s support page also mentions that the 3D Builder app will no longer be installed by default, urging users to use Paint 3D instead.

    Microsoft’s Paint software will be remembered for, among other things, its simple user interface that made it easy to create artistic content. Whether or not this move will push people to accept Paint 3D is something that will have to be seen once the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rolls out.

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    Tags: Microsoft, Microsoft Paint, Apps, Paint 3D, PC, Laptops, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on March 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Away, , , , , Optional, , ,   

    Microsoft Says MS Paint Isn’t Going Away, Will Be Optional Windows Store Download 

    Highlights The app will be made available through Windows Store The company will integrate app’s functionality into Paint 3D Microsoft introduced Paint 3D app in April to Windows 10

    Microsoft recently released a list of features that are either removed or deprecated with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and the company received a huge backlash online for including everybody’s beloved MS Paint in this list. However, the company has now clarified that it is not killing off MS Paint app with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

    In a blog post written late on Monday, Microsoft clarified that it is not “killing” Microsoft Paint and will rather be bringing the app to the Windows Store as an optional download. As the MS Paint app was mentioned in the deprecated column in the released list, it was earlier assumed that the app will not be in active development and will likely be removed from future releases.

    Microsoft said: “MS Paint is here to stay, it will just have a new home soon, in the Windows Store where it will be available for free. Paint 3D – the new app for creativity, also available for free with the Windows 10 Creators Update, will continue to get new feature updates. In addition to the new 3D capabilities, many of the MS Paint features people know and love like photo editing, line and curve tools, and 2D creation are in Paint 3D.”

    The Redmond-based company has also said that the functionality of the MS Paint app will be integrated to the company’s Paint 3D app, which was introduced to Windows with April’s Windows 10 Creators Update. Moving the classic MS Paint app to the Windows Store might be a possible move to promote the usage of company’s 3D Paint app, which is a more advanced tool in comparison.

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    Tags: MS Paint Windows Store, Microsoft Paint, MS Paint, Apps, Microsoft, PC, Laptops, Windows, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Plants, President, Promised, ,   

    Apple CEO Promised 3 New US Plants, Says President Trump: Report 

    Highlights Apple has promised to expand manufacturing in the US with 3 new plants Cook in May announced the creation of an Apple fund Apple has 80,000 employees in the US and plans to hire thousands more

    The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported that US President Donald Trump said Apple has promised to expand manufacturing at home with three new US plants.

    The Journal quoted Trump as saying that Apple chief executive Tim Cook committed to building “three big plants,” in the United States.

    No details were provided, and Apple did not respond to an AFP request for comment.

    Cook in May announced the creation of an Apple fund to get more people in the US to do “advanced manufacturing,” kicking it off with a billion dollars.

    Apple building plants in the United States would come as rare common ground with Trump.

    Cook has pointed out that Apple spent more than $50 billion (roughly Rs. 3,22,155 crores) in the United States last year – buying from suppliers such as Corning Glass, working with developers behind applications for the California company’s devices and more.

    Apple has about 80,000 employees in the US and plans to hire thousands more “in the future,” according to Cook.

    It is a sign of Apple’s success but also a thorny problem: a cash stockpile topping a quarter of a trillion dollars, sparking debate on what do with such massive reserves.

    The tech giant has resisted the idea of bringing the cash home, because the US tax code allows multinational firms to defer profits while they are held overseas but taxes income at up to 35 percent when repatriated.

    Trump vowed while campaigning that he would force Apple to bring production to US soil.

    Apple is not in the same position as automakers which relocated US factories overseas to cut costs, IHS manufacturing processes chief analyst Dan Panzica told AFP earlier this year. Apple never moved jobs offshore, it created them there.

    “The Apple jobs were never here,” Panzica said.

    “The entire supply chain grew in China.”

    Apple benefits in Asia from a network that goes beyond subcontractors assembling smartphones, tablets or laptops. The firm relies on a dense ecosystem of companies that make components and spare parts for its devices as well.

    China also offers sources of important raw materials, along with cheap, flexible and abundant labor to keep iPhone assembly lines cranking along.

    It would be challenging to replicate that situation with US workers without using more robotics, undermining the political aim of creating jobs here, according to some analysts.

    Moving iPhone manufacturing to the US would also likely push up costs, which is not in Apple’s interests.

    It was seen as more likely that Apple would make a symbolic move to appease Washington, such as investing more in making Mac Pro computers here, or in a facility for higher-priced, limited-edition devices such as an “anniversary edition iPhone” to mark the handset’s 10th birthday this year.

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    Tags: Apple, Donald Trump, Tim Cook, Apple US Manufacturing, Apple Manufacturing Plant, Mobiles, Tablets, PC, Laptops

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on March 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: All-in-One, , , Pavilion, , Refreshed   

    HP Launches New Pavilion All-in-One PCs With Refreshed Design, Processors 

    Highlights The desktop PCs are available with up to 16GB RAM The new models are available with HDD, SDD, and hybrid storage The edge-to-edge display option is only available for 23.8-inch display

    HP on Tuesday announced the launch of its two new Pavilion All-in-One PCs with 23.8-inch and 27-inch displays respectively. These two desktop PCs come just in time for the back-to-school spree and pack some of the features that make them suitable for both parents and kids, as per the company. The pricing for the new Pavilion PCs starts from $749.99 (roughly Rs. 48,300).

    As mentioned earlier, the refreshed Pavilion desktops come with 23.8-inch and 27-inch displays with up to 4K resolution. There are variants with touchscreen displays and the 23.8-inch variant is also available with edge-to-edge design (micro-edge bezel). Both new Pavilion desktop PCs are available with up to seventh-generation Intel Core processors and up to 16GB of RAM.

    Apart from the onboard Intel graphics, there is also an option for AMD Radeon 530 graphics card for advanced video editing, powerful photo manipulation, and casual gaming. In terms of storage, users get the option of choosing between the regular HDD storage and faster SSD storage. The new desktop PCs also offer the option of dual storage that allows users to have both HDD and SSD storage in hybrid configuration.

    Interestingly, the HP Pavilion 27 is among the first PCs to feature Intel’s Optane memory that caches frequently used data to accelerate performance, as pointed out in a report by ZDNet.

    In terms of connectivity, the new desktops offer options including a 3-in-1 media card slot, one USB Type-C, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0, an HDMI-in, and an HDMI-out.

    The new Pavilion desktops have dual front-firing speakers that have been custom-tuned by the company in collaboration with B&O Play. “A fabric overlay on the speakers, and audio custom-tuned by B&O Play provide more acoustic transparency for a richer, clearer, immersive sound,” the company said in its news blog post.

    The new Pavilion All-in-One desktops come with a built-in webcam that goes back into its casing when not in use to provide additional privacy to those users who are wary of hackers (a certain Zuckerberg might come to mind). There is also an optional Infrared camera that will provide additional layer of security with facial recognition feature.

    “Powered for productivity, created to connect and entertain, and designed to enhance the home, these newly redesigned HP Pavilion All-in-Ones gives consumers tools to do it all, without trade-offs,” HP said.

    For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

    Tags: HP Pavilion AIO Desktops, HP Pavilion AIO PCs, HP Pavilion PCs, PC, Microsoft, HP

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