HP ENVY 34 All-in-One with 5K display, RTX graphics now available for purchase

Hp Envy 34 Hero
Hp Envy 34 Hero (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • The HP ENVY 34 All-in-One is now on sale through HP's website starting at $2,000.
  • HP briefly allowed people to preorder the PC in November 2021, but then took down the listing.
  • The HP ENVY 34 features a 5K display, user-accessible RAM and storage, and a plethora of ports.

The HP ENVY 34 All-in-One is now available for order. If that sounds familiar, we don't blame you. The HP ENVY 34 was briefly available for preorder in November 2021. Then, the listing mysteriously disappeared, preventing anyone from preording the All-in-One. HP didn't provide a reason for the removal, but at the time, it said that the HP ENVY 34 should be available by January. That is indeed the case, as you can order the impressive All-in-One through HP's website.

The HP ENVY 34 All-in-One has a 5K display, a large collection of ports, and user-accessible RAM and storage. You can set the All-in-One up by plugging in a single cable and then get to work. Based on the PC's specs and our early impressions, it looks like the HP ENVY 34 will compete for a spot as the best All-in-One PC.

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CategoryHP Envy 34 AiO
OSWindows 11 Home
Processor11th Gen Inte Core i7-11700 to Core i9-11900
RAMUp to 128GB DDR4-2400 (user accessible)
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA RTX 3080 Laptop
StorageUp to 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD (user accessible)
Display34 inches5120x2160 (5K)IPS, anti-reflective500 nits, 98% DCI-P3
PortsSix USB-ATwo Thunderbolt 4USB-CHDMISD card reader3.5mm audioEthernet
Audio2x Bang & Olufsen tuning
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6Bluetooth
CameraFront-facing 16MPIR camera
SecurityIR camera
Dimensions32.17 x 8.78 x 14.50 inches(81.7cm x 22.3cm x 36.8cm)
Weight24.36 pounds (11.05kg)
ColorTurbo silver
ExtrasQi wireless charging

While not a full review, our executive editor Daniel Rubino went hands-on with a late-stage prototype of the HP ENVY 34 last year. After his time with the PC, he called the device the "most complete AIO [he has] ever used."

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