So, you think that your tablet or Ultrabook is the next best thing since sliced bread when it comes to computing power? Well, here is news for you – HP might be on to something here with the recently announced HP ENVY Rove20 desktop computer. Touted to be the first mobile All-in-One PC by the company, it frees up the desktop PC from the shackles of the desk, enabling both families and friends to enjoy a shared entertainment experience thanks to an integrated battery, special design as well as advanced touch technology.
A mobile All-on-One PC is definitely a concept that will take some getting used to for sure, where one is able to make the transition from upright to completely horizontal for a tabletop entertainment experience. Ntot only that, thanks to the inclusion of advanced multitouch technology, multiple users are able to interact with games simultaneously, now how about that? Enjoying multimedia content on the 20-inch 1,600 x 900 IPS LED panel is definitely one of the plus points for the HP ENVY Rove20. Other hardware specifications include running on fourth generation Intel Core processors, Intel HD graphics, built-in Beats Audio, and 10-point touch among others. The HP ENVY Rove20 will arrive later this July for a yet undisclosed price. [Press Release]
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