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HP EliteOne 800 G3 is a gorgeous all-in-one with micro-bezel display and Windows Hello

Featuring a beautiful 23.8-inch micro-bezel display, popup camera with Windows Hello, and Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers, the EliteOne 800 G3 would look good on any desk in 2017.

Not only is the EliteOne 800 G3 available with a glossy touch screen, but there is also a non-glare version with touch for those who want an easier time reading under bright lights. Featuring HP Sure Start Gen3, HP Manageability Integration Kit and HP Client Security Suite Gen3, the EliteOne 800 G3 is meant to keep your data secure.

HP EliteOne 800 G3 with optional two HP EliteDisplays (S240N).

Heck, there is even an intrusion sensor (solenoid hood lock) to ensure no one breaks into the device.

For processors, customers can get up to a 7th-Generation Intel Core i7-7700, but also everything in between even down to an affordable Pentium G4600 or Celeron G390. While the AIO design limits a full GPU, there is an optional AMD Radeon RX460GFX (2GB) to give you a little extra boost if needed.

Even the camera has optional front- and rear-firing 2MP optiond for kiosks where a guest's photo may need to be taken at the security area.

HP EliteOne 800 G3 specifications

CategorySpecs
OSWindows 10 Home 64, Pro 64
Windows 7 (downgrade rights)
FreeDOS 2.0
NeoKylin Linux 64
Display23.8" FHD IPS widescreen, WLED-back lit, anti-glare, 10-point capacitive touchscreen (1920 x 1080)
SecurityHP Sure Start Gen3
HP Manageability Integration Kit
HP Client Security Suite Gen3
DurabilityMeant to pass HP Total Test Process and MIL-STD 810G testing
CPU options7th-Gen Intel Core i3-7100, i3-7300, i5-7500, i5-7600, i7-7700
ChipsetIntel Q270
RAMUp to 32GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM
2 SODIMM
GPU options (integrated)Intel HD Graphics 530
Intel HD Graphics 630
Intel HD Graphics 610
GPU options (discrete)AMD Radeon RX460GFX (2GB)
StorageUp to 1TB SSHD
Up to 512GB SATA SSD
Up to 1TB HP Turbo Drive G2 TLC SSD (PCIe)
Expansion slotsOne: M.2 internal connector for optional wireless NIC
Two: M.2 internal connector for optional Turbo Drive G2 SSD
Ports and connectorsFront: Speakers (optional); microphone
Back: One Display Port; one HDMI; four USB 3.1 Type-A; one power connector; one RJ-45; one audio line out; one security lock slot
Bottom: two USB3.1 Type-A; one SD card reader (optional); one USB3.1 Type-C
Internal drive baysOne 2.5"HDD
External drive baysOne 9 mm slimODD
CameraOptional discrete dual microphone and optional integrated 2MP webcam and IR sense (front) and 2MP webcam (rear)
Power180W (external)
Dimensions21.2 x 2.12 x 13.46 in (53.96 x 5.38 x 34.18 cm)
Weight13.29 lb (6.03 kg)

The HP EliteOne 800 G3 is available now starting at $1,049.

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Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

15 Comments
  • The black box on top does not look good. The rest is very compelling and good to see design focused systems appearing.
  • Agreed
  • That the webcam it can be hidden in side the monitor
  • Yes, like the rest of HP's AIOs these days the camera is a pop-up mechanism.
  • "pop up camera with Windows Hello"... I'm pretty sure you can slide it inside the monitor when not in use
  • I wish Windows 10 was the end of downgrade rights... =/
  • This is for business, and they have a much slower rollout cycle :)
  • They should have used a wireless keyboard mouse combo for the picture with the 3 monitors. Those cables make it look UGLY!
  • That's exactly what struck me first when I saw the picture... Nice and clean look with a wide view... and then those ugly cables. Gotta love that thin bezel, looks like another good product from HP
  • Wireless periphery? Never for me.
  • Damn sexy monitor. 
  • Are we ever gonna reach a point where these beautiful AIOs would have something like the Nvidia 1070-1080 :()
  • Seems very well done from here. Buut, the keyboard looks cheap as duck, and straight out of the 90s 🤔
  • Oh my god I love the design. Now, even PCs are sexy. Well done Microsoft for igniting the segment.
    Only a one thing I would love to improve on this is moving the internals to the base to make the screen super slim. And that's that, it'll be good for a decade.
  • I look forward to this kind of PC is the standard low end. All those clean desktop setups. A beauty!