In addition to the HP Envy 13 and all’Envy 8 notes, the family welcomes a new member not least: HP Envy Curved All-in-One, a desktop computer featuring a unique design and a curved screen. With a diagonal of 34 inches and a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels (aspect ratio 21: 9), the new HP AIO describes a curve with a radius of almost 2 m.
Another feature of its design is in the base, since it is equipped with two metal supports very discreet that guarantee a perfect stability. The reverse, however, we find the entire set of interfaces, six USB ports (four USB 3.0), HDMI, a microSD card reader and an Ethernet port. Inside, HP has chosen to install an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 (Skylake desktop), from 8 to 16GB of RAM, PGI or Nvidia GeForce GTX 960A, while the storage can be assigned to a 128GB SSD ( optional) a more traditional hard drive 2TB. On the side, we note the presence of an audio system with six speakers and Bang & Olufsen a front camera Intel RealSense 3D, which will be useful for secure authentication through Windows Hello Windows 10.
In addition to the curved pattern, the HP Envy family grows with two other AIO smaller and not curved. Let’s talk about HP Envy All-in-One 00:27, respectively from 23.8 and 27-inch (Full HD or 4K), always with Intel Skylake but in this case with dedicated graphics AMD Radeon R7 and R9. HP Envy Curved will be available in November at a price of 2,499 Euros in Europe (in the US starts at $ 1,799), but at the moment we do not know if it will be marketed in Italy. The other two will be for sale in the United States during the same period but at the price of 999 and $ 1,199.