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HP Envy Curved AIO 34 Desktop

The prior Envy Curved was a good desktop. It was just a little... ugly. The new HP Envy Curved AIO 34 Desktop has no such problem. Like the Envy AIO 27, it hides its key components in a sleek tabletop box, letting the Technicolor-certified Ultra WQHD micro-edge display float above your desk. The same box also serves as a quad-speaker sound bar, tuned by Bang & Olufsen for immersive sound, and for the paranoid out there, the Windows Hello-compatible camera and mic pop up only when in use, and stay hidden otherwise.

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