HP Envy 27-b190na review£1,849.00
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The HP Envy 27-b190na is an all-in-one PC that's stuffed to the gills with the latest tech. It has an Intel Core i7 processor, a decent NVIDIA graphics card, a whopping 16GB RAM and a solid state drive, as well as a traditional hard drive. The specs are impressive, and are equalled by a big price tag that will have wallets wincing. We take a First Look to see if this all-in-one PC justifies its high cost.
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