Curved displays aren’t really new. Neither are all-in-one PCs. Even curved all-in-ones have already been done before. None of them, however, takes up as much horizontal space as the HP Envy 34-Inch Curved All-In-One.
Currently the widest curved all-in-one PC in the market (heck, it’s even wider than LG’s 34-inch curved monitor from last year), it measures 37.44 inches from end to end, ensuring it covers a wide expanse of your field of view. Whether you need to see as many columns of an extra-wide spreadsheet without scrolling, use two browser instances side-by-side (it’s so wide, three still works fine), or watch a movie in an uncomfortably-wide aspect ratio, this thing should let you do them all like nothing else in the category.
The HP Envy 34-Inch Curved All-In-One’s screen has a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio, with 99 percent of the sRGB color gamut for accurate color reproduction, a 3,000:1 static contrast ratio, and a 178-degree viewing angle. Joining that large, immersive display are six-watt Bang & Olufsen stereo speakers with DTS audio for equally enjoyable sounds. It ships with Intel Core CPUs (i5 or i7), up to 16GB of RAM, either integrated graphics or Nvidia GeForce GTX 960A GPU, various storage options (including a 128GB SSD and a 2TB HDD), and an Intel RealSense camera right out front. Naturally, it can also be used as a traditional display, with two HDMI, one MHL, and one DisplayPort slots, along with two USB ports for plugging in peripherals.
Pricing for the HP Envy 34-Inch Curved All-In-One starts at $999.99.