HP announces HP ENVY 32 All-in-One at CES 2020

HP ENVY 32 All-in-One
HP ENVY 32 All-in-One (Image credit: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central)

HP ENVY 32 All-in-One

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What you need to know

  • HP announced the HP ENVY 32 All-in-One at CES 2020.
  • The all-in-one runs on up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080.
  • The HP ENVY All-in-One is available now, starting at $1,600.

HP announced the HP ENVY All-in-One at CES 2020. It's a powerful all-in-one built for creators and professional content makers. It can run on up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and can come with up to 32GB of DDR4 memory. The HP ENVY 32 All-in-One is available now through Amazon, Best Buy, and HP.com.

The HP ENVY 32 AIO runs on up to a 65W 9th Gen Intel Core i7 processor. According to HP, it's the first all-in-one to be part of the NVIDIA RTX Studio program. It can power applications with RTX accelerated ray tracing and AI-assist to process heavy workloads.

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HP highlights the audio specs of the device, which include built-in front-firing tweeters and subwoofer speakers tuned by Bang & Olufsen. You can stream music through the all-in-one's speakers even when the PC portion of the all-in-one is turned off.

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CategoryHP ENVY 32 All-in-One
Display31.5-inch 4K IPS with HDR 600 (600 nits)
ProcessorUp to 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9700
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
MemoryUp to 32GB DDR4
StorageUp to 1TB SSD
WebcamHP Privacy 5MP IR
SecurityHP Privacy Camera
WirelessRealtek Wi-Fi 5 (2x2)Bluetooth 5.0
Ports2x USB 3.1 Gen 2Thunderbolt 31x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C1x USB 3.1 Gen 1Headphone/microphoneHDMI outHDMI in
AudioBang& Olufsen tuned2.1 channel system with 3-way design

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