Today, HP announced refreshed models of many of its commercial desktop PCs from its EliteDesk and ProDesk lineups. The new models include the EliteDesk 800 G5 Small Form Factor, ProDesk 600 G5 Desktop Mini, ProDesk 600 G5 Small Form Factor, ProDesk 600 G5 Micro Tower, ProOne 600 G5 21.5-inch All-in-One, ProDesk 400 G5 Desktop Mini, and ProDesk 400 G5 Small Form Factor.
Obviously, there's a wide range of devices there. At the top of the line is the EliteDesk 800 G5 Small Form Factor, which is meant to provide a lot of performance in a smaller footprint than the previously announced EliteDesk 800 G5 Desktop Mini. Starting at $869, it will be available this month.
The ProDesk 600 G5 Desktop Mini has single-cable connectivity, so cable management should be pretty easy with this one. You can use it with HP's docking monitors, such as the EliteDisplay E243d or Mini-in-One. Also coming this month, it starts at $679. The Small Form Factor and Micro Tower models promise to save you even more space, and they're available now starting at $679 and $699, respectively.
The HP ProOne 600 G5 21.5-inch All-in-One includes anything between a Pentium processor and a ninth-generation Core i9, promising a micro-edge 1080p display, available in touch or non-touch. It's coming this month, starting at $769.
Finally, the ProDesk 400 G5 Desktop Mini and Small Form Factor PCs are at the bottom of the lineup, packing things like USB Type-C and DisplayPort Alt Mode. The Desktop Mini is coming this month, starting at $579, while the Small Form Factor model is available now, starting at $519.