The Elite One 800G8 has an attractive design and an optional pop-up webcam.
HP has introduced its latest all-in-one desktop computer. The company claims that it is the first commercial all-in-one Elite One 800G8 to reduce noise and raise awareness based on the HP integrated artificial intelligence in some laptops. Presence awareness can automatically lock your computer when you switch and wake it up when you return.
The computer is available in 23.8 inch or 27 inch screen up to 2560×1440, with small display blue light and anti-glare option. The computer has an optional 5 megapixel pop-up webcam that can be rotated back and forth, variants offering an infrared camera and a “flight time” sensor. The camera can track you, and the system uses scene detection to adjust settings based on brightness. It also has a dynamic voice symmetry feature that keeps your volume constant even when you are near or far from the microphone.
The Elite One 800G8 supports DDR4 3200 SDRM and 2TB SSD memory up to 64GB, while there are also expansion slots. It comes with the 11th generation Intel Core processor up to i9.
It has decent connectivity options including two USB-C, three USB-A, display port, HDMI and Ethernet port. Bluetooth 5 and WiFi 6 are also supported.