It makes sense that your all-in-one PC is the central hub of your home, so it should also double as a voice control hub. HP thinks that’s a good idea. That’s why it’s launching a new version of its 34-inch curved Envy all-in-one with Amazon’s Alexa built-in. Now you can walk to your desktop and you can play music or check the weather with your AIO. Alexa is now built in, making things much more convenient for the user.
The system also features quad Bang Olufsen speakers and a built-in wireless charging pad for your phone. It also has a nice wood grain finish that may match your furniture, so that’s a plus. Also on board are the newer 8th-generation Intel Core processors and GeForce GTX 1050 graphics to help power the system’s ultra-wide 3,440 x 1,440 screen.
We won’t have pricing and configurations for the 34-inch Envy until “later this year,”. However, there’s a 27-inch Envy that starts at $1,400 for a flat 1440p display, a Core i5 chip, 8GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive and GTX 1050 video. You can also pay $1,920 for a 4K version with a Core i7, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD to complement the spinning hard drive.
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