HP EliteOne 800 G8 with noise reduction technology
HP EliteOne 800 G8 with noise reduction technology

HP introduced the latest EliteOne 800 G8 desktop computer.

The company says the EliteOne 800 G8 is the world's first commercial all-in-one to introduce the AI-based noise cancellation and state detection feature that HP has in some laptops.

When you leave your computer, Status Detection can lock your computer and activate it automatically when you return to the computer. The system also has several other security features, including a security lock fee.

HP's new PC introduces a 23.8 or 27 inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The screen supports weak blue light and has an anti-glare feature.

The case contains an optional dual 5MP pop-up webcam. The model contains an infrared camera and a ToF sensor that can be used to track distance.

Compared to a regular web camera, the camera has a very wide field of view and can use digital tracking to position you in the center of the frame and crop accordingly.

The camera uses the Auto Scene Detection function to automatically adjust settings according to the brightness and ambient conditions in the room.

The dynamic sound function can adjust the volume of speech, music and movies to reduce the background noise, and the dynamic sound function can automatically adjust the volume level, which can remain static even when it is near or near the microphone.

HP's cooling system reduces fan noise during a call.

HP has equipped the computer with an AI system of noise reduction that can identify and filter over 350 million noise and noise.

EliteOne 800 G8 supports up to 64GB of DDR4 3200 SDRAM, 6TB M.2 PCIe memory, plus memory expansion slots.

The computer is equipped with an 11th generation Intel processor, supports up to Core i9 and can choose between Intel UHD Graphics 730 and Intel UHD Graphics 750.

There are 3 USB-A ports, 2 USB-C ports, HDMI, DisplayPort, and Ethernet that support Bluetooth and WiFi 6 standards.

EliteOne 800 G8 will be available in select regions this month and pricing is still murky.

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