New HP range

The world's largest all-in-one personal computer has been launched by Hewlett-Packard in New Zealand.

The HP ENVY Curved All-in-One has a 34 inch diagonal Technicolor Certified display designed for a completely immersive computing experience.

There's a choice of 6th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 processors.

Integrated graphics are standard and the option to choose AMD Radeon™ R9 discrete graphics. 

There is the option of NVIDIA GeForce 960A graphics for video editing or gaming.
A 128GB solid state drive cab be added for faster boot up and either 8GB or 16GB of memory. With hard drive options of up to 2TB. 

It includes an Intel RealSense camera, enabling Windows Hello in Windows 10 when available in New Zealand for fast, secure face authentication. The camera also enables immersive video, 3D capture and users can interact with their PC via gesture control. 

The HP ENVY All-in-One is Technicolor Color Certified so whether a user is watching a movie, editing photos or shopping online, the colours displayed are accurate. 

 The HP ENVY All-in-One PC is incredibly thin and looks beautiful from every angle, with an edge-to-edge glass display that tilts from 0° to 25° for more comfortable viewing experiences. By taking cues from contemporary furniture designs, HP ENVY All-in-One PC fits beautifully in any kitchen, living room or home office, the company said in a press statement.

The new PC has HDMI In to connect a gaming console and HDMI Out for connecting to a second display for multi-tasking or TV for maximum entertainment. It comes with two USB 3.0 ports and a three-in-one media card reader for quick access from the front. On the back there's two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports.

The HP ENVY Curved All-in-One has six speakers including two tweeters with audio tuned by Bang & Olufsen to give customers a premium audio experience. 

The new all-in-one features Intel RealSense technology for accurate depth sensing capabilities.
Prices start at $4,999. 

It's one of a trio of new top end Windows 10 PC's launched in New Zealand.

The HP Spectre x2 combines a thin and light tablet design with the productivity of a notebook and a metal keyboard. It is the first detachable to offer audio tuned by Bang & Olufsen, has a 12 inch diagonal display, weighs 0.83 kilograms(3) and is 8 millimetres thick.

The HP ENVY notebook is HP's thinnest notebook yet, it's 12.95 millimetres thick and weighs 1.3kg, and packs a 6th Gen Intel Core processor in a 13.3 inch diagonal notebook.