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Look Upon HP's New AIO PCs With Envy

HP announced that a new series of AIO PCs are coming soon. These new PCs fall into the HP Envy product line and will be available in models ranging from 23.8 to 34 inches in size.

The 34-inch AIO announced by HP is the HP Envy Curved AIO, and it comes loaded with an array of new features. As the name suggests, this system is curved to simulate an immersive experience.

Coming with Windows 10 pre-installed, the system also features Windows Hello, which will allow users to lock and sign into their system using face authentication. An Intel RealSense camera is also included, which enables an array of new functions, such as gesture controls and in-depth 3D video capture.

The 23.8- and 27-inch systems are not curved, but they have a 4K display option, which will arguably be more valuable to some users. These systems do not include the RealSense camera.

All of these AIOs will use similar internal hardware and will run the new Intel 6th Gen (Skylake) Core i5 and i7 processors. Basic configurations will use Intel's integrated graphics, but users can opt to have AMD Radeon R9 graphics on the 23.8- and 27-inch models.

The 34-inch curved system can optionally have an Nvidia GeForce 960A. Storage options will range from a 128 GB SSD up to a 2 TB HDD. HP didn't state if DDR3L or DDR4 RAM would be used inside of these systems, but all systems will contain either 8 GB or 16 GB of memory.

The 23.8- and 27-inch models will also include four front-facing speakers, whereas the 34-inch system contains a total of six speakers, including two tweeters.

SystemHP Envy AIO 23.8-inchHP Envy AIO 27-inchHP Envy AIO Curved 34-inch
CPUIntel 6th Gen Core i5 or i7
GPUIntel HD Integrated GraphicsAMD Radeon R9Intel HD Integrated GraphicsAMD Radeon R9Intel HD Integrated GraphicsNvidia GeForce 960A
Display23.8-inch up to 4K27-inch up to 4KCurved 34-inch
RAM8 GB or 16 GB
StorageUp to 128 GB SSD; Up to 2 TB HDD
AvailabilityNovember 1November 8
Starting Price$999.99$1,199.99$1,799.99

These systems are expected to be released in November.

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  • Ed Chombeau
    A good option for a second at home tabletop desktop; needing mobility. And a. good price.
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  • hr_sto
    yeah, a good price. ha. ha.

    For that price you can build a small form factor PC that will have more power and you can choose the monitor... A monitor that you can put on a freeform stand and make it look any direction you want.

    And that comment on the mobility? At the office we have AIO HPs, but we don't take them with us when we're on the road. They hardly more. And if they move, it's because of general reshuffling and the gains of the form factor net null. There are laptops for that.
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