New HP all-in-one houses Alexa, provides power with wireless charging base

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Valentina Palladino
HP announced a slew of updates to its premium lines, adding new design patterns, better displays, and more power to most of its Envy and Elitebook devices. Arguably the most intriguing of the new devices is the Envy Curve all-in-one, a sleek addition to the Envy line that incorporates Amazon's Alexa and wireless charging into its design.
All-in-one PCs continue to slim down as years go by, and HP's Envy Curve AiO looks both elegant yet practical up close. Available in 27- and 34-inch models, the curved QHD, IPS display seems to hover in mid-air as it sits on a thin metal neck that's attached to its solid black base. The back of the display has a "wood-grain finish," an design attempt by HP to make the device fit in better with soft, natural home aesthetics.

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