HP Unveils New Envy 34-Inch All-In-One Desktop

The new all-in-one offers detachable magnetic cameras and more

HP has unveiled several new computers, including the HP Envy 34-inch All-In-One Desktop, a desktop made for creators who need to share their work.

On Tuesday, HP unveiled details about its upcoming fall lineup of Windows 11-powered computers. The biggest announcement in the group, however, was for its new HP Envy 34-inch all-in-one desktop. Designed with a 34-inch adjustable display, the new all-in-one features a height-adjustable display, a 21:9 ratio micro-edge screen, and the ability to set it up with external monitors, as well. 

Creator using HP Envy 34-inch All-In-One Desktop to communicate


HP says the display, itself, offers up to 5K and true color accuracy right out of the box. This is also the first all-in-one with a detachable, magnetic camera, which HP says can be moved around the outside of the PC’s display quite easily.

The camera, which offers a 16-megapixel lens with binning technology, allows in software customization with HP Enhanced Lighting.

The PC will offer up to an 8-core 11th Gen Intel Core i9 S-series processor and support for Nvidia’s first GeForce RTX 3080 graphics cards. It also will ship with Windows 11, allowing users access to the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system.

The 34-inch all-in-one is expected to arrive sometime in early October and will start at $1,999. 

Sketchbook being shared using HP Envy 34-inch All-In-One desktop camera


Other announcements made by HP on Tuesday include the unveiling of its newest HP Spectre x360 16-inch 2-in-1 laptop, as well as a new 11-inch tablet PC.

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