HP has been releasing all-in-one PCs for quite some time. Earlier this year, it launched the Envy Rove 20, a Windows 8 AiO with a 20 inch screen that can also be used as a really large touchscreen tablet. This week, HP posted up a teaser image of a previously unannounced Windows 8 AiO on its Next Bench blog.
The blog itself was mostly about the history of the all-in-one PC at HP, including the fact that the company released such a computer with a touchscreen, the HP-150, way back in 1983. The all-in-one concept has evolved at HP and continues today. The company recently announced plans to release the Slate21 All-in-One, a 21 inch PC that runs on Android that will go on sale in September.
However, the blog managed to put in a plug for the unannounced Windows 8 PC at the very end. The image shows what looks like a notebook-sized touchscreen but the outstretched hand does block much of what we can see. The blog's author says that this new Windows 8 product is "already changing the way that I’m thinking of day-to-day computing." Hopefully we will learn more about this product in the very near future.
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