HP unveils new 2nd generation Sprout Pro all-in-one PC

HP has unveiled its 2nd generation Sprout Pro all-in-one Windows 10 PC at CES 2017 today. Packing a hefty set of high-end specifications, and an improved touch mat along with 2D and 3D cameras, the new Sprout Pro is definitely something you should consider if you're a creator or professional.

HP is offering the Sprout Pro with Intel Core i7 processor, 1TB SSHD, up to 16GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics and Windows 10 Pro. The new Sprout Pro, with its updated specifications, offers faster 2D scanning, and for the first time, 3d scanning too.

HP has made it easier to interact with Windows 10 Pro and developed streamlined software that gives easy access to Sprout's key features, including faster 2D scanning and — for the first time — high-precision 3D scanning. You can simply hold and rotate a physical object beneath the camera for a much more intuitive experience. HP also added more powerful graphics capabilities to drive visualization apps for interactive 3D, making creations come to life.

Pricing and availability of the new Sprout Pro are yet to be announced, with HP giving a vague date for commercial consumer availability for around March 2017.

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  • Sprout? Thank God not Belgian sprout...
  • The Sprout line is the most interesting PC of the past several years. Glad to see HP still developing for it!
  • Why the hell have they called it after a vegetable?? Do they not have a marketing department?
  • Do you think Apple is getting sauced by these - FINALLY - truly exciting PC designs?
  • Probably - lots of cool stuff going on in PC land these days.  And I say that as a Mac user since 2002.  Testing the waters with a Yoga and once that gets returned (poor battery life, maddening fans, and no pen) I've pre-ordered the new Spectre 15".  Lots of neat promise on thise side of the house and I really like the functionality but Windows, while it has improved, still needs lots of work.  But there is lots of promise and MS seems to at least be trying.