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The redesigned version of its Envy Curved AIO looks striking.
There's plenty of room for a cat to hide in the 34-inch display.
Rather than a display bulging with hardware, HP's envy AIO's put all the guts in the base.
The touch ring lets you control the volume of the audio, and in some applications you can pause as well as move forward and backward through a playlist with taps and swipes.
The webcam retracts into the display when not in use.
A headphone jack, SD card slot and USB port sit conveniently on the right side.
There's a pad on the base for wireless charging of Qi-compatible devices.
Four USB 3.0 connections as well as HDMI in and out ports span the back.
You can't raise the display, but you can tilt it back if you're tall.
I wondered why the 34 didn't have more connections than the 27 since the base is bigger. Then I saw that long vent.
While the keyboard and mouse designs blend well with the desktop design, they're not terrific to use.
Though it's not really a significant arc, you do notice it while working.
In order to get my entire head into the view, I had to tilt the display back a little.
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