HP is introducing a new all-in-one today with a pretty uncommon feature: the ability to easily upgrade some of its components, including its screen. The new PC, called the EliteOne 1000, hides most of its parts inside a wedge-shaped base, which can be opened up to access its storage, RAM, and networking equipment.
What’s most unusual is that you can even upgrade the all-in-one’s display. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to swap on any external display you have lying around — you’ll be limited to a few specific HP-made display options — but it still allows for an added degree of flexibility. So you could start with a 23.8-inch 1080p display and later switch it out for a 34-inch curved WQHD display.
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