The latest desktop in HP's Envy lineup could certainly stir up some verdancy in the heart of a beholder. Meet the HP Envy 34 all-in-one and gaze upon its 34 inches of curved display, six side speakers, and Skylake-powered internals.
As the name implies, the Envy 34 packs a 34" 3440x1440 display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, which HP claims is the first screen on an all-in-one PC to bear Technicolor's stamp of approval. Bang & Olufsen also tuned the six speakers flanking the display.
Skylake CPUs power the Envy 34, along with either 8 GB or 16 GB of RAM. For extra polygon-pushing power, HP offers a Nvidia GeForce GTX 960A card as an option, and buyers can also add an SSD to complement the machine's up-to-2TB SSHD drive.
The stylish all-in-one also has Intel's depth-sensing RealSense camera, which integrates with Windows Hello user authentication. A couple of USB 3.0 ports and a card reader on the display's edge plus a more complete array of ports round back complete the package.
The Envy 34 will be available on November 8 at "select retailers" and on HP's own web site on November 22. All that style doesn't come cheap, though—prices start at $1,800.
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