HP's Envy 32 All-in-One has RTX graphics and is the first PC with HDR600

Today at CES, HP announced the Envy 32 All-in-One, promising an all-around premium experience.

The new Envy AiO not only includes a 65W ninth-generation Intel Core i7-9700 CPU, but it also has an option for Nvidia's GeForce RTX graphics, up to an RTX 2080. Being the first all-in-one with RTX, that means that you can play games with real-time ray tracing.

That's not all though, because the Envy 32 AiO is designed to be immersive, with narrow bezels and a 4K HDR600 display. HP says that this is the first PC to include HDR600, with 600-nit brightness and 98% DCI-P3 color. The audio is impressive as well, with a Bang & Olufsen soundbar across the bottom of the screen. Moreover, HP says that this is the first all-in-one with Advanced Audio Stream.

It's also meant to work well with your phone. The base has a wireless charging pad built into it, and the keyboard has a stand that you can use for your phone. In fact, you can even pair the keyboard with your phone and switch between devices.

The HP Envy 32 AiO is available now on HP.com starting at $1,599.99, and you can also get it at Best Buy and Amazon.

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