It was in May this year when HP dropped the news on us about their latest HP Envy Rove 20, a machine that runs on Windows 8. This particular machine is a 20” beast that sports a touchscreen display, and you can say that it is breathing down the necks of other machines such as Sony’s very own 20” Vaio Tap 20, the 27” Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon and the 18” Dell XPS 18, where they will function not only as an all-in-one desktop machine, but also double up as an insanely huge tablet that runs on the Windows 8 operating system. Well, good news to all of you who have been waiting for the HP Envy Rove 20 to go on sale, it finally did, where the starting price would be $979.99 a pop.
Apart from that, we finally have the nitty gritty on the full hardware specifications, where we are looking at a 20” display that sports a resolution of 1600 x 900, while underneath the hood, you will find an Intel Core i3-4010U processor that has been set to 1.7GHz, in addition to an integrated Intel HD 4400 graphics chip. 4GB RAM will be the starting point, where you can upgrade it to 16GB if you want to, while the 1TB hard drive will be accompanied by an 8GB SSD.
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