In the world of All-In-One PCs, HP has some interesting thing to show this time. Yes, as you can see the above picture, HP reveals the Envy Curved All-In-One PC and it is insanely wide in terms of All-In-One's.
This new PC comes with a 34-inch display with a resolution of 3440 by 1440 and Windows 10 comes as a standard OS. After seeing the resolution you would understand that it is low if we consider it with the display size. The display is a bit dim though, if you have a brighter room then you might not get comfortable but for a low light room it seems to be perfect.
Although this PC has extreme wide screen, but curve is designed in such a way that it makes you feel that you are looking straight on it when you are turning our head. But its a hard choice to make for the people having a setup of dual-displays already to replace with these. You would notice that the display is surrounded by thick bezels and yes it make it more wider screen. You must be having sufficient space to put this machine on the table.
As you can see the legs or the stand of the All-In-One comes with a shiny meal piece which touches the surface with a curve making v-shape downsides. It looks pretty but doesn't set with the whole machine setup. You will be having i5 or i7 Skylake CPUs along with integrated graphics or an Nvidia GTX 960A G.Card. 8GB or 16GB of RAM with HDD or SSD options. You could also be having option of six loud speakers with Intel RealSense camera for use of Windows Hello face detection logins.
This 34 inch Envy Curved All-In-One will be available from November 22nd at $1799.99. HP is also introducing a 24 & 27-inch "Non-Curve" display variants of this Envy All-In-One PC with an option of Ultra HD display and touchscreen. It will be available from November 1st with starting price from $999.99 and $1199.99 for 24-inch and 27-inch respectively.
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