HP Envy 34-b070na review£2,000.00
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The HP Envy 34-b070na is an all-in-one PC with a whopper of a 34-inch curved screen. It's not just a pretty face though, as tucked away in its squat base are top end PC components that should make almost any task a breeze. There's the latest generation of Intel Core i7 processor, a decent NVIDIA graphics card, 8GB RAM and a solid state drive, as well as a traditional hard drive. If the clues weren't already there that this is a high end PC, the price will - don't expect much change from £2,000, which puts it in the price range of a high end Apple iMac. We take a closer look to see if the price is justified.
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