At CES 2017 HP has been making somewhat of a design comeback, well reimagining, HP has always been pretty good at design but the products that they announced at CES 2017 definitely show increasing commitment.

One of the products that really wowed us from their press released was the HP Envy 34-inch Curved All-in-one, which is an upgrade from the 27-inch Envy AIO that they announced earlier last year, with a wider curved display and finely tapered edges that make the display look frankly incredible.

The border (nicknamed the Micro-Edge) is just 10.5mm wide on the sides and top and 14mm at the bottom.

The display itself is an Ultra WQHD panel with around 5 million pixels, a 178-egree viewing angle, and a new filter option in the screen controls to reduce blue light emissions at night. At the bottom, there is a sleek black box that contains most of the computer parts of the All-in-One, with has USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 ports and a Bang and Olufsen speaker in-built.

Interesting, the AIO also includes a cool pop-up web cam that has been designed to press down into the display when it’s not needed.

This was one of the many pre-announcements from CES 2017, we expect to hear about this and many other HP products over the course of this week, at which point we will let you know.

In the meantime, you can find out more about this AIO at the source link.

Source: HP

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