HP just announced a bunch of new desktop PCs. We're not really going to go in detail about the specifications of these systems as what caught our eye was the presence of unannounced AMD graphics cards.
The press release mentions the new HP Pavilion All-in-One PCs come with optional AMD Radeon R7 A330 or A360 discrete video cards:
For power and performance, customers have the choice of fourth generation Intel® Celeron® processors, Intel® Core™ i3 through i7 processors,(2) next generation AMD A10 and A8 processors or AMD next generation mainstream A4 through A8 processors. While integrate graphics are standard, customers have the option to choose AMD Radeon™ R7 A330 or A360 discrete graphics for video editing or gaming. With up to 3TB of storage options, customers have the space to store all of their precious family photos and videos, movies and music.
And perhaps more interesting, the new HP ENVY Tower features the Radeon R9 380:
Powerful and stylish, the HP ENVY Tower is designed for content creators who need high-performance processors and strong graphics capabilities for editing videos and photos. For performance, customers have the choice of up to NVIDIA GTX 980 or AMD Radeon™ R9 380 discrete graphics with support for fourth generation Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 processors or next generation AMD A-Series A8 through FX processors.
The announcement also covers the ENVY Phoenix, this gaming PC has an unidentified AMD graphics card. Perhaps this model will receive the Radeon R9 390X?
For ultimate power and performance, the HP ENVY Phoenix Tower is built for the customer who needs the best graphics frame rates and performance for gaming or hardcore tasks. HP ENVY Phoenix Tower has a dark aluminum chassis finished in brushed metal with a radiant red LED accent on the front. To support the power necessary for a solid gaming experience, especially on a 4K display, customers have the choice of up to NVIDIA GTX 980 or AMD Radeon™ discrete graphics with a choice of fourth generation Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 processors.
Unfortunately, there are no specifications about these cards but if previous rumors are correct these will all be rebrands. HP mentions the ENVY and ENVY Phoenix will start shipping on June 10, 2015 while the Pavilion AiO PCs will follow on June 28, 2015.