Earlier, HP officially released EliteOne 800 G8, claiming to be the first commercial AiO that can provide AI noise reduction and presence perception functions. Of these two functions, noise reduction is naturally to better meet video needs. The sensing part can automatically sleep or wake up the device when the user leaves or returns to the computer, which is also very suitable for work situations. In addition, this product also supports cable locks, which shows that HP has a lot of security considerations.
EliteOne 800 G8 will be available in 23.8-inch and 27-inch sizes, with a maximum resolution of 2,560×1,440, and the panel has anti-blue light and anti-glare features. Users can also purchase a pop-up two-way 5MP camera, and can also be equipped with infrared and ToF modules for advanced needs. This camera can follow the user when in use, and will detect the scene and light to adjust the picture. At the same time, the device can also provide a dynamic tuning function, allowing you to maintain a consistent volume when you are close to or away from the microphone.
In terms of specifications, EliteOne 800 G8 can choose up to Intel’s 11th generation Core i9 processor, and has up to 64GB DDR4 3200 SDRAM and 2TB SSD (with expansion slots). It supports Bluetooth 5.0 and WiFi 6, with a total of two USB-C, three USB-A, one DisplayPort, one HDMI and one Ethernet interface. As for the price, the price has not yet been confirmed, but the official said it will be the first to be listed in some areas within this month.