HP reveals Envy Move all-in-one portable desktop computer and Spectre Foldable PC
HP has launched stunning new solutions that will change the way we work with our computers at its first ever HP Imagine event held at the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto in the heart of Silicon Valley.
HP unveiled the Envy Move 23.8-inch All-In-One PC – the world’s only movable all-in-one computer and announced the recently revealed HP Spectre Foldable PC is coming to Australia.
The HP Imagine event is a showcase of the company’s latest innovations designed for the hybrid world.
HP ENVY MOVE 23.8-INCH ALL-IN-ONE PC
Desktop computers are nothing new, but HP applied its latest innovation to the HP Envy Move 23.8-inch All-In-One PC to give it the size and scale you’d expect but now with the ease of portability usually associated with a laptop.
Since the pandemic, the trend among interior designers has been to create multi-functional rooms in homes which could be utilised by hybrid workers.
The HP Envy Move 23.8-inch All-In-One PC can be used for work or entertainment and has been designed with a form factor that lends itself to portability.
The unit can easily be moved from room to room whether you want to kick back with a movie in one room, do some work in your office or getting some exercise in your lounge room.
The HP Envy Move 23.8-inch All-In-One PC is powered by the 13th Gen Intel Core i5 processor with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 memory, and up to 1 TB of storage.
It has a discrete handle and a pocket on the rear panel to gather up the keyboard and mouse so you can easily move it room to room.
The HP Envy Move 23.8-inch All-In-One PC has a QHD display for a high quality viewing experience and is the world’s first all-in-one computer with adaptive surround sound that can be optimised depending on where you and others a gathered inside the room.
You can easily jump onto a video chat with the intelligent onboard HP WideVision 5-megapixel camera which can also be shuttered for added privacy.
The HP Envy Move 23.8-inch All-In-One PC can be plugged into power but also has a built-in rechargeable battery they can run for up to four hours to ensure you can truly use it anywhere.
HP SPECTRE FOLDABLE PC
The HP spectre foldable PC is an eye catching three-in-one device with a foldable display that allows the device to be used as a laptop, tablet and desktop.
“Consumers are demanding greater flexibility to connect, work, and play for their hybrid lives beyond what the traditional laptop can provide,” said Jo Tan, Senior Vice President & Division President of Personal Systems Consumer Solutions, HP Inc.
“We are excited to introduce the HP Spectre Foldable PC, designed to seamlessly adapt to the various ways you want to work with its unique, durable form factor that pushes the boundaries of design and technology.”
And HP has confirmed the Spectre foldable PC will be coming to Australia.
Users get enjoy a futuristic computing experience with the ultimate hybrid device.
It has a foldable 17-inch screen which can be arranged as a 12.3-inch laptop with a physical keyboard.
It’s the world’s first foldable PC which offers users one and a half screens in laptop mode with a physical keyboard.
The folding mechanism inside the screen offers the ultimate versatility to easily transition between modes and suit the needs of the customer at any time.
Users can experience the HP spectre foldable PC as a lightweight and thin 17 inch tablet which can easily be held in one hand and used on the move.
The device also has a kickstand so the full screen can stand on its own with the detachable keyboard connecting wirelessly and creating an excellent workspace in seconds.
In this mode, HP Spectre Foldable PC offers plenty of space to spread out your work and leverage Windows Snap to arrange your content more efficiently.
It’s also the world’s first foldable PC with IMAX enhanced certification so you can enjoy an IMAX movie on the full screen.
The HP Spectre Foldable PC is powered by the 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processor engineered on the Intel Evo platform.
The onboard battery can run for up to 12 hours in laptop mode and up to 11 hours with arranged in desktop mode.
* Stephen Fenech travelled to Palo Alto as a guest of HP