HP introduced the rival iMacs Kaby Lake and the slim framework
08.03.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
HP has introduced a new monobloc computer EliteOne 800 G3, which reportedly can turn our ideas about a similar type of device. The novelty has received a powerful hardware and a very thin frame around the screen.
Monoblock is equipped with the seventh generation of Intel Kaby Lake, and optionally comes with an Intel Optane memory and solid state drives. The model supports processors Intel Core i3-7100, i3-7300, i5-7500, Intel core i5-7600, i7-7700 and up to 32 GB of RAM (DDR4-2400). In its basic configuration comes with integrated Intel HD graphics 530, which can be replaced with the AMD Radeon RX 460 GFX (2GB).
HP EliteOne 800 G3 got the rear and front camera with a resolution of 2 megapixels, thanks to which users can make video calls and use a monoblock computer in places where you need to take pictures of customers.
The device proved to be quite durable, corresponding to the standard MIL-SPEC 810G and is protected from vibrations, bumps and dust. Your computer is equipped with biometric identification system with optional IR camera for face recognition. In addition, the HP EliteOne 800 G3 has pre-installed FOR security and protection from hacking.
The monoblock runs on Windows operating system 10 or Home 10 Pro and is equipped with a sound system Bang & Olufsen, which explains its not the thinnest bezel under the screen. Available connectors Display Port and HDMI, six USB 3.1 Type-A, RJ-45, USB C-card reader and audio Jack. The dimensions of the model are 53,96 x 5,38 x 34,18 cm and a weight of 6.03 lbs.
HP EliteOne 800 G3 is available in versions with touch and non-touch. The cost of the candy bar starts at $1049.