It's an all-in-one PC that works in one of the hottest trends in TVs.
This is HP's ENVY Curved All-in-One PC.
This is a massive 34 inch Inch display with a 3440 by 1440 resolution, and that means that it's not that tall but it's very very wide and it suddenly curves around you.
It's got a 21 by nine aspect ratio, which of course is very high.
Packed behind that screen is a full PC.
You can get Intel Core I5 and Core I7 processors.
You could even get some mainstream NVIDIA video graphics in there.
And if you've ever played a game on a curved screen, it's a very immersive experience.
Even though it's very big, the system gets very thin at the edges.
Although does allow just a little bit to make room for some fairly big speakers, and like HP's other new systems, These have audio that is tuned by a speaker company, Bang & Olufsen.
Of course, all this is not gonna be inexpensive.
The Curved All-in-One starts at 1799 and goes up from there depending on the CPU and graphics card options that you choose.
That is the HP NV Curved All-in-One PC.
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