On the occasion of the CES 2020 HP presents a new all-in-one, a machine that finally tries to distinguish itself from the iMac, to which up to now all the all-in-one manufacturers have been inspired: HP Envy 32 a desktop computer from which Apple designers could perhaps draw inspiration, with Jony Ive now out of the game.
HP Envy 32 All-in-One boasts a 31.5-inch 4K display with HDR600 technology, with 6000: 1 contrast ratio, color gamut extended to 98% of the DCI-P3 standard, anti-glare treatment and NVIDIA GeForce RTX video card . The multi-device keyboard because, in addition to controlling the computer, just press a button to be used with smartphones and tablets.
It supports up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM and available in configurations with up to a maximum of 1TB of SSD storage. The possibility of using the computer base as wireless charging is interesting (patents of this type have also been registered by Apple) and take advantage of the Bang & Olufsen speakers integrated by a phone (even without a PC). The video camera appears / appears from a dedicated door at the top. On the ports side we have: a Thunderbolt 3, a USB-C, two USB-A, 2 HDMI (out / in) and Ethernet.
Prices in the US start at $ 1,899 for the version with an Intel Core i5-9400 processor, GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, 16 GB of RAM, 256 GB SSD and 1TB hard drive.As has been the case for years Macitynet in Las Vegas to offer readers reports, photo galleries, articles and videos of the most important news: you can browse all the articles on the news of CES 2020 starting from this special section of our site.