Finally, HP also trotted our three new desktops, including two plainer ones and one with a curved display. The curved model, aptly called the Envy Curved All-in-One, has a 34-inch, 3,440 x 1,440 panel with a 21:9 aspect ratio and a tilting hinge that allows the screen to dip 25 degrees. The screen is also Technicolor-certified, promising high color fidelity. Under the hood, it runs sixth-gen Core i5 or i7 processors with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM and an optional NVIDIA GTX 960A graphics card. Storage options include a 128GB solid-state drive, up to a 2TB HDD or a hybrid disk. For the money, it also has six Bang & Olufsen speakers and a RealSense camera setup that, like some of HP's other PCs, allows the user to log in through Windows Hello -- this time through facial recognition. It lands on November 8th starting at $1,800, making it far more expensive than the other two desktops HP announced.
Speaking of the sort, the new Envy all-in-one comes in 23.8- and 27-inch screen sizes, with a flat screen that can be configured with up to 4K resolution. Other than having a more traditional screen, the specs are somewhat similar to the curved model, in that you get a sixth-gen Core processor; up to 16GB of memory; your choice of an SSD, HDD or hybrid disk; a Technicolor-certified screen; and Bang & Olufsen audio, albeit with four speakers here instead of six. Look for them on November 1st, starting at $1,000 for the Envy 24 and $1,200 for the 27.