During CES 2017 on Tuesday, HP unveiled a new all-in-one computer that sports a large 34-inch curved display. The computer should serve as a fairly competent competitor to the Surface Studio, Microsoft’s Windows 10 all-in-one that launched late last year.
According to PCWorld, HP’s new Envy AIO (all in one) is equipped with Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors, support for Windows Hello with its built-in webcam, the aforementioned 34-inch 3440 x 1440-pixel display with very slim bezels, a 256GB SSD, a 1TB SATA drive and either GTX 950MX or Radeon RX 460 discrete graphics. As for the processors, users will have the option to choose between Core i5 and Core i7 models.
The HP EnvyAIO won’t come cheap
The new Envy AIO won’t come cheap. The entry-level system will be available starting on January 11 and will start at just a hair over $1,700. That’s pretty par for the course for high-end all-in-one desktop systems, but you can expect to pay more as you upgrade to better processors and higher-end graphics.
It’s quite a beauty, isn’t it? We’ll try to hunt one down at CES 2017 for a closer look.