HP has just unveiled an All-in-One computer model with a considerably larger 34-ton screen and 5k resolution. This device features the latest components from Intel and NVIDIA.
The Envy 34 All-in-One desktop comes with a slimmer bezel and features an IPS display with 500 nits brightness and 98% DCI-PC colour spectrum coverage. Contrary to the previous model, HP's new computer does not come equipped with a B&O sound box on the bottom of the bezel, making it a slimmer model.
It includes the Snap Layouts functionality, which allows users to decide what they want to see in the different windows intuitively and quickly, a 16 MP camera, with infrared that can be adjusted so that the user decides the best angle for each occasion. Because it has connectors, the user can place the camera in three different locations. It also has support for wireless charging built into the computer support, i.e., in practice, the user can leave the smartphone on top so that it charges automatically.
In terms of internal configurations, it comes with an Intel Core i9-11900 processor, 2 TB M.2 PCIe NVMe and up to 128 GB RAM, a NVidia GeForce RTX 3080 card, a 512 GB SSD card, with six USB-A inputs, two Thunderbird 4, one USB-C, one HDMI, one ethernet network cable connection and also 3.5 mm jack for audio.
This new HP computer is ideal for people who work with photography, video or 3D programs that are heavier, as well as for those who want to play during their leisure time.
According to HP, users have been using more and more laptops for work or leisure and this device addresses the "real needs of its users".
Source: The Verge