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The HP ENVY 32 is a ‘nearly perfect’ AIO, and it’s on sale for Black Friday


The HP ENVY 32 stands out as the best all-in-one device available. Its sleek design, powerful internals, and thoughtful layout come together to create an outstanding PC. Now, you can save over $300 on the all-in-one PC on Black Friday.

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The best AIO money can buy is over $300 off for Black Friday, and that doesn’t just make it a good buy; it makes it an unmissable buy.

Even after a $300 discount, the HP ENVY 32 isn’t a cheap device, but it justifies its cost by delivering power in an attractive and convenient display. In his HP ENVY 32 review, our executive editor Daniel Rubino states:

HP just released what is easily the best, most powerful all-in-one PC on the market. With a giant 32-inch 4K display, ridiculous audio, and actual NVIDIA RTX graphics, it blew us away.

Inside, the HP ENVY 32 has a 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9700 desktop-class processor and comes with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU (Max-Q). You can get the all-in-one with 16GB of DDR4 RAM or bump it up to 32GB.

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“The ENVY 32’s 32-inch 4K display is overwhelmingly glorious,” said Rubino in his review. The display of the all-in-one is a 32-inch 4K HDR600 display. It has a 92.8 percent screen-to-body ratio because of its thin bezels. That display is also anti-reflective and covers 98 percent DCI-P3.

The speakers on the HP ENVY 32 drive out loud and clear sound. According to HP, it’s the loudest all-in-one PC on the planet.

Rubino concludes his review by stating:

I’ve never seen an AIO this powerful, and this feature-complete, which is why it’s easy to name the ENVY 32 as the best all-in-one on the planet right now.

With all that praise, the HP ENVY 32 is an attractive all-in-one; and it becomes even more alluring now that it’s $300 off for Black Friday.

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This post was written by Sean Endicott and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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