In the all-in-one computers tale, it didn’t take long before the name Apple, the manufacturer that bet most on this form factor in recent years, came into its own. Despite this, the cool iMac seems to be dead; next one Version 24″ Colored No PCs with M1 or M2 certification have appeared, although there have been rumors of a new “iMac Pro” for a long time. Just buy one Mac studio Immediately studio view Or Pro Display XDR, the idea seems to be. HP still sees baking in large, high-end all-in-one computers. The new Envy 34 went on sale recently, with Intel Alder Lake processors and Nvidia RTX 3000 GPUs, and we tested it out.
The HP Envy 34 is a completely different beast than Windows all in one Which we reviewed around this time last year, even if the screen size matches that of the Dell Optiplex 7090 Ultra from that roundup. Where the hardware of all of these was reminiscent of a thin, lightweight laptop configuration, HP opts for a full desktop CPU and discrete RTX 3000 GPU with this model. This by definition makes it more interesting than its predecessor with the eleventh generation of the CPU, because with the twelfth generation Intel took a huge step in the desktop processor family.
What type of device are you getting exactly? The model we tested, the Envy 34-c1540nd, is the middle of the three models sold in the Netherlands. For 3000 euros, practically even less, you get a Core i7 12700 with 32 GB of RAM, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 and a 2 TB SSD. If you go for the c1530nd, which costs around 2,400 euros, you’ll only get 16GB DDR5, an RTX 3050 and a 1TB SSD. If you want better specs, the c1550 offers a Core i9 12900, 128GB DDR5 and RTX 3080 GPU for 4,500 euros.
|HP Envy 34-||C 1530||C 1540||c1550nd|
|memory||16 GB||32 GB||128 GB|
|GPU||RTX 3050||RTX 3060||RTX 3080|
|SSD||1 TB||2 TB||2 TB|
(pbp: 2,400 euros)
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(pbp: 4,500 euros)
On the following pages, we’ll take a closer look at all aspects of the new HP Envy 34.
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