Recently, HP released a 32-inch all-in-one monitor called the Star in China for 7,999 yuan ($1,188)

HP has introduced a 32-inch 4K curved all-in-one monitor powered by an Intel Core i5-12400T. The HP Star all-in-one 32-inch monitor costs $7,999 ($1,188) and has a 99 percent screen-to-body ratio.

The HP Star’s HDR400 certification and 98 percent DCI-P3 color gamut setting are two of the many impressive features of the device. The i5-12400T CPU inside uses 35W on average and has six cores and twelve threads. A new HP display with 512GB of storage and 16GB of DDR4 memory is available. In terms of inputs, the HP Star all-in-one display supports HDMI, USB Type-C, and SD cards. Its 19W speakers produce clean sound, and its 5MP camera allows you to log in with your face. The HP Star all-in-one display can be charged wirelessly and has a number of useful features.

The HP Star all-in-one monitor saves energy without sacrificing image quality. It provides a comprehensive listening experience with its high-quality audio components. The picture quality and brightness of the 32-inch screen are excellent. An included remote contains Windows, HDMI, and volume controls.

The HP Star all-in-one monitor is currently on sale in China through Jingdong for 7,999 yuan ($1,188), but its international release date has not yet been announced (JD.com). How well the HP Star 32-inch 4K display, which is an all-in-one unit, sells remains to be seen.

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