In September HP first announced the HP ENVY 17 Leap Motion SE notebook, making it the first manufacturer to embed Leap Motion technology into a PC, and now the company has today added the embedded gesture control to 11 new all-in-ones and desktops.

All of the new HP PCs will ship with keyboards that includes built-in Leap Motion sensor technology, allowing customers to use the touchless 3D interaction to control their computer, play games and interact with compatible applications.

The new computers will include the HP ENVY Recline 23 Beats, the HP Pavilion 23 and the HP ENVY Phoenix 810, available from HP’s online store and from selected retailers.

Each of the Leap Motion enabled PCs will also ship with the Airspace application and other Leap Motion software pre-installed, along with some bundled applications.

As of yet however, there’s no release date or pricing information available.

Via: Leap Motion

Source: HP Store

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