HP’s latest all-in-one desktop PC runs Windows 11 and has specs comparable to a standalone gaming PC. The new HP Envy 34 sports a bigger, better, ultrawide 5K display and packs NVIDIA’s latest RTX 3080 all inside one slim setup.
With the Envy 34, you’ll get a large 34-inch ultrawide IPS display with 500 nits of brightness and an impressive 5120 x 2160 5K resolution. All of that gets powered by NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 GPU and an Intel 11th Gen Core i9 processor, which is enough to run just about anything.
This latest all-in-one looks similar to the smaller 32-inch variant from last year. Only HP slimmed down the bezels around the screen and ditched the prominent B&O speaker on the bottom. Now, it’s just one giant ultrawide screen perfect for gamers or business professionals.
On the outside, HP outfitted the Envy 34 with its detachable 16-Megapixel camera that’s magnetic. That way, users can place the camera anywhere they see fit on all four sides of the display. Camera adjustability is useful for Zoom meetings, streamers, or anything else you can imagine.
Better yet, there’s a 15-watt Qi wireless charger built into the display stand, perfect for charging a phone, earbuds, or other wireless charging accessories.
As expected, there are several ports and options on the back for peripherals. These include HDMI out, headphone/microphone, four USB-A ports, two more USB-A ports on the side, a side-mounted USB-C port, and two Thunderbolt 4 ports around the back.
The Envy 34 comes in several different configurations, but the company says its RAM and storage are user upgradeable, which is important to many. Inside, there are four RAM slots and two SSD slots for expansion and adjustments.
Keep in mind that this doesn’t come cheap, as anything with an NVIDIA RTX 3080 will cost a pretty penny. The HP Envy 34 ultrawide all-in-one starts at $1,999 and will be available in October.