In a technology world dominated by powerful desktop computers and lightweight laptops, the all-in-one PC has become a niche category. However, with the right modifications it can become more attractive. Released today, the HP Envy Move all-in-one PC features a handle and an integrated 83-watt-hour battery. And with a rear handle and a built-in wireless keyboard pocket, this all-in-one is ready to go wherever you need to go.
The NV Move weighs just 9.04 pounds and measures 21.74 x 5.85 x 14.43 inches. inside Blog The computer is the “world’s only” all-in-one computer with a built-in battery, Joe Tan, senior vice president and head of HP Inc.’s personal systems consumer solutions division, said Thursday.
The PC also has a built-in stand, which Tan says uses two HP patents and can work on “any flat surface.” In videos shared with the press, the device’s legs appear to align horizontally with the bottom edge of the device until it’s pressed against a surface. The legs then fold vertically over the lower edge of the machine and ensure stability.
Battery life information and specifications
According to HP, the battery should last up to four hours. These numbers were obtained by testing three types of batteries. The first is the MobileMark25 test (conditions not specified) and the second is Netflix streaming over Wi-Fi and Edge with a screen setting of 200 nits. The third test played local 1080p video in full screen mode with maximum volume and WiFi “on but not connected”.
As with all OEM battery life results, we have to remain skeptical. But four hours is not enough for a full working day. That’s less than you can get from a good thin and light laptop these days. But you won’t get a 23.8-inch screen either. Of course, you can always connect your HP All-in-One to power.
To extend battery life, the device uses a U-series processor. It has an Intel Core i5-1335U, with two performance cores (P-Cores) up to 4.6 GHz and eight efficiency cores (E-Cores). Up to 3.4GHz, 12 threads. As it is marketed as a versatile and family-friendly device, it doesn’t have the most powerful specifications. For comparison, Lenovo ThinkCentre M90a Pro Gen 3 An i7-12700 vPro (eight p-cores up to 4.8 GHz, four e-cores up to 3.6 GHz, 20 threads) and integrated Nvidia GeForce MX550 (2 GB GDDR6) were announced in January.
Other specifications of the new HP all-in-one include up to 16GB of LPDDR5-4800 memory and 1TB of PCIe 4.0 storage.
The screen resolution is 2560 x 1440 IPS. It also supports touch functionality, which is familiar to kids (who tap every screen within reach these days) and means you can poke the keyboard. HP claims up to 300 nits of brightness and sRGB coverage of just 99 percent, while many portable monitors and laptops these days talk about the DCI-P3 color space.
NV Move’s port selection is also minimal. You get a USB-A port (up to 10Gbps), a USB-C port (with DisplayPort 1.4a and speeds up to 10Gbps) and an HDMI 1.4b port.
As mentioned, all-in-one PCs are not for everyone, but the Envy Move brings a new user-friendly aspect to the category and, with its versatility, has the potential to be the perfect solution for a mobile central home computing device. With a large display.
OEMs seem to be interested in packaging larger displays lately, with LG trying a unique approach with its 27-inch StanbyME Go.
die 1000 dollars The StandbyME tablet attaches to a suitcase and relies primarily on streaming TV, relying on LG’s WebOS software. At 28 pounds, the StanByME Go is significantly heavier than the Envy Move, but more protective thanks to its premium casing.
However, if you’re looking for a large-screen portable computer, the Envy Move has some advantages, assuming you can move a 24-inch touchscreen computer from room to room frequently without damage (every home can handle that). no). . HP All-in-One gives large-screen laptops a new look and makes them more attractive thanks to processing power (better than a tablet) and Windows support.
HP today launched its all-in-one device at a great price 900 dollars Starting price.
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