New HP Envy 34 is world’s widest curved all-in-one PC
Chances are you love all-in-one PCs and curved screens since they look appealing. To give you a taste of both in one extremely stunning package – HP has launched the Envy 34-inch curved all-in-one computer. Not really a new concept, but if for some reason you needed the widest curved screen all-in-one PC money can buy, this is the wonderful package you can take home. Measuring over three feet diagonally, the PC has 3,440 x 1,440 resolution 34-inch display offering an immaculate 178-degree viewing angle.
Not only does the HP Envy 34-inch curved PC look amazing on the outside, the all-in-one computer is a powerhouse inside. The PC features 8GB or 16GB RAM, integrated or Nvidia GeForce GTX 960A GPU and a choice between 128GB SSD or a 2TB HDD. Running Windows 10 OS, HP has the PC selling in two – Intel Core i5 and i7 processor models.
Alongside the immersive display which offers 21:9 aspect ratio and 3,000:1 static contrast ratio, the PC has an six-watt Bang & Olufsen stereo speakers and Intel RealSense camera supposedly compatible with Windows Hello.
The HP Envy 34 comes with two USB ports, a DisplayPort, a MHL slot and two HDMI slots to be used as a regular monitor with your mean machine at home.
Whether you want to watch movies in extra-wide aspect ratio, or work simultaneously on two browsers side-by-side, the Envy 34-inch curved all-in-one PC has you covered. The PC will be available from November for starting price of $1,800.