HP introduced the PC-monoblock with powerful graphics for creative professionals

HP announced on the eve of the CES high-performance and feature-rich monoblock PC in the line of Envy – Envy 32 All-in-One. Diagonal screen novelties is 31.5 inches and a resolution of 4K.

While the manufacturer claims that the novelty is the world’s first PC-monoblock, display which supports standard HDR600 and contrast of 6000:1. Opportunities of graphics at Envy 32 All-in-One is also “the world’s first” in-class model is equipped with a mobile accelerator NVIDIA GeForce RTX RTX until 2080.

Since the novelty of HP (first PC all-in-one) is included in the Nvidia RTX Studio, dozens of creative applications will be able to use the graphics accelerator on full, using functions like ray tracing or neural network computing.

the Sound of Envy 32 All-in-One is also special: built-in five speakers, including a subwoofer. It is argued that for any task except, perhaps, professional mixing and mastering of audio recordings, this will be enough. The audio system can even work when the computer is off, reproducing the sound from a smartphone.

32 Envy All-in-One can be equipped with processors Intel Core i7 9-th generation with TDP up to 65 watt, up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM and SSD to 1 terabyte (or hybrid options). Candy will go on sale in Russia in January 2020 at a price of 180 990 rubles.

Text: To.Hi-tech