All-in-one desktops don’t seem like an area that need much revolutionizing; they are essentially monitors that tilt and feature an integrated PC – features stop at folding the monitor down flat to use as a tabletop PC. HP believes they can take all-in-one desktops PCs a step farther by bringing them off your desk and into your lap.
The new HP Envy 23 and 27 Reclines are beautifully designed PCs from Hewlett Packard that pack up to an NVidia GeForce GT 730A, 16 GB of RAM, and an Intel Core i5 processor at 2.9 GHz under a gorgeous 23 or 27 inch 1080p 10-point capacitive touch display.
The monitor sits on a tilting hinge that can be kept upright as a normal desktop PC, flattened as a table PC, or brought forward and down over the edge of the desk.
The new machines will go on sale September 6th and will start at $1,349 for the 23 inch model and $1,399 for the 27 inch – a cheaper model of the 23 inch is expected to arrive in late September.
The unit comes in standard gray or if you are wishing to show off some Beats Audio pride, you can pick it up in a special red and black variation.
Source: The Verge
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