HP’s New EliteOne 800 G8 is The First AIO to Offer AI Noise Reduction Feature

HP recently revealed its latest addition to the All-In-One PC lineup, the HP EliteOne 800 G8. It borrows some features from its high-end laptop lineup, thus developing a highly productive yet aesthetic product.

The shortage of microchips has led to a multi-fold increase in the price of electronic components, especially graphic cards and RAM. It resulted in pre-made PCs resurfacing the market and capturing the attention of the masses. TSMC, the world’s largest microchip manufacturer, recently stated that the situation wouldn’t get back to normal anytime soon, and we shouldn’t prices to drop until 2022.

Having said that now is the right time to buy prebuilt Desktops. People who wanted to buy Custom PCs have a hard time finding components. Even if they do, the prices are just exorbitantly high.

HP EliteOne 800 G8 is the first AIO to offer AI Noise Reduction Feature

HP EliteOne 800 G8 Specifications and Features

HP has worked on bringing in several features from its Laptop over to the AIO. The company’s presence awareness is smart enough to lock your PC if you move away from the system and wake it up whenever you come back. It also supports cable lock. The AIO also features a Pop-up Webcam that offers various features according to the variant you choose. While the basic camera is a 5MP webcam, it can also come with either an Infrared Camera or a time of flight sensor. The webcam is smart enough to track and follow user movement.

The screen can automatically adjust light levels depending on ambient light levels with support low blue light mode. The AIO also features a dynamic voice leveling feature that helps stabilize user voice volume by detecting the user’s distance from the microphone.

Coming to the specs, the HP EliteOne 800 G8 can be upgraded to support a maximum of 64GB DDR4 RAM and 2TB of SSD. The processor can also be customized, with the highest variant being the 11th Gen Intel i9. Users can choose between two options – 23.8-inch and a 27-inch display.

The device itself is pleasing to look at, and is expected to hit the market sometime this month.



Hi, I am Anurag Chawake, a passionate writer from New Delhi, India. I enjoy writing on topics such as general news, technology, and gaming. When I am not working, you can find me playing video games.

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