We’re big fans of HP’s sleek Envy AIO PC, which brings a truly refined style to the standard computing hardware. The HP Envy Curved All-In-One PC takes that same machine and gives it a concave form factor for a more immersive computing experience.
That’s right, HP’s stylish all-in-one now comes with a curved display, so you can cover your entire periphery with every movie you watch, every game you play, and every spreadsheet you review. And it does that with a wider than usual display panel (HP claims it’s the widest in the category), so you’re literally drowning yourself in the PC’s visuals every single time.
The HP Envy Curved All-In-One PC’s 34-inch display has a WQHD resolution and a 178-degree viewing angle, so this thing should deliver a quality viewing experience. Of course, it retains the sleek design of the original, including cramming all the hardware at the base, holding the display up with a sculpted aluminum stand, and enclosing the display panel in ultra-thin bezels on all sides. It also comes with the same pop-up Realsense camera that hides inside the display’s enclosure, so you don’t have to worry about ever getting your camera hacked.
As for the specs, it can be equipped with up to an Intel Core i7 CPU, a Nvidia GeForce 960A GPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a hybrid storage setup (up to 256GB SSD and 2TB HDD). Other features include Bang & Olufsen speakers, the usual assortment of ports and wireless connectivity, and bundled peripherals (keyboard and mouse).
Pricing for the HP Envy Curved All-in-One starts at $1,599.99.