No one can question HP’s strong position on the electronics market. With a $5 billion profit figure in 2015, it’s hard to state otherwise. Racing for the 1st place in the IT segment, Hewlett Packard delivered some interesting concepts along the way. We are now looking at another great release.

The 34″ All-in-One PC is boasting a huge curved screen. And, unlike some other unsuccessful HP products, this one’s not all about the side. Fortunately, the monitor is accompanied by latest-gen i7 processor by Intel, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive.

Audio experience is brilliant, thanks to 4 Bang & Olufsen HiFi custom-tuned speakers. The sound system and all the other components are cooled via passive radiators.

The 34 inch curved screen features a QuadHD display – 178 degree view angles and a 4K (3440 x 1440) resolution. Also, the screen is able of rendering no less than 99% of the sRGB spectrum, spread over 5 million pixels. A Technicolor certification further ensures picture quality. If you’re looking for touchscreen capabilities, you may want to go for the smaller, 27 inch version of the Envy.

There is an IR Webcam with an interesting privacy mode. The cam only slides out of its slot when you need to use it. Otherwise, it stays tucked within the screen.

The HP Envy All-in-One is available for preorder on Amazon for $2000.

 

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