HP embraces the curved computer screen at CES 2017

The company unveiled a curved 34-inch all-in-one computer and a 35-inch curved gaming monitor.

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HP is not afraid to put a curve on it. At CES 2017 it debuted two new high-end, curved displays, including an all-in-one computer and a gaming monitor.

HP Envy Curved AIO 34


The computer is inside of the base stand.

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The HP Envy Curved AIO 34 is an ultra-wide, 34-inch all-in-one computer (there's also a similar 27-inch model available) with a special design and pricing starting at $1,729. (UK and AU pricing converts to £1,729 AU$2,389, respectively

Not only is the screen elegantly curved, the computer and its B&O speakers are built into the dock, allowing for an impressively thin display (to match its sleek and skinny bezels, I assume).


Easily crank up the volume with the built-in button.

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Additionally, it has a radial button on the dock to easily turn the volume up and down, and tucked inside of the display there's a built-in pop-up camera that you can easily hide if you have any privacy concerns.

It's expected to go on sale on HP's website on January 11 and at select retailers on February 26, 2017.


  • 34-inch, 21:9 aspect ratio screen
  • Seventh-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 CPU options
  • Nvidia GPU
  • Up to 256GB SSD and 2TB HDD
  • Four front-facing speakers
  • Wireless charging (optional)

HP Omen X


HP's PC gaming flagship now has a monitor to match.

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HP made a monitor to match its big, powerful and cube-shaped Omen X gaming computer. The Omen X has an ultra-wide, curved 35-inch display with a 3ms response time and 100Hz refresh rate. It's expected to go on sale in the US in March for $1,299. (UK and AU pricing converts to £1,056 and $1,795, respectively)


The 35-inch monitor is made for gaming.

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  • Nvidia G-Sync
  • 1800R curvature
  • DisplayPort and HDMI
  • Three USB 3.0 ports
  • Height adjustable stand with ambient lighting
  • Built-in headphone hook

HP debuts new curved, slim all-in-one computer and gaming monitor at CES 2017

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