Apple recently relaunched its new iMac desktop and now HP introduces HP’s EliteOne 800 G8 all-in-one work from home PC. The HP desktop is actually made for business enterprise desktop with just the right technical specification to meet all your requirements.
The EliteOne offers a professional look with a silver color body which looks much better than the iMac for sure. Powered with some AI features the desktop is also able to cancel out some background noise for you. It enables you to handle a number of conference calls from your desk, while the AI filters out the background noise to offer you crystal clear calls. According to HP, EliteOne is the first commercial all-in-one PC with this capability. Apart from this, it is also the first commercial desktop to feature presence detection.
You can stow away the pop-up 5-megapixel webcam with an IR scanner when not required. It sounds good as it helps to protect your privacy and sensitive conversations. It is immediately functional when you require it, it offers features such as automatic scene detection and adjusts the backlight which makes you look your best while on calls even in low light.
EliteOne is powered by Intel’s x86 platform, unlike iMac which has been switched to Apple’s ARM-based M1 silicon chip. With its 11th generation, Intel Core i9 chip under the hood and integrated Intel UHD Graphics 750 or 730 it will be a power-packed desktop capable of handling most office tasks you throw its way.
You can choose from the various screen variants available with EliteOne
- 23.8-inch FHD or QHD touch display
- 27-inch IPS QHD panel with anti-glare coating.
- All variants come with 250 nits of brightness
- The display covers 72% of the NTSC color spectrum.
- The desktop can be outfitted with up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM and up to a 6TB M.2 PCIe solid-state drive for storage.
HP Elite One has an extremely slim top and side bezel, with a sizable bottom chin, which houses the Bang & Olufsen-tuned speakers. Many of the ports located at the rear make the design look clean.