SAVE $150: Starting February 8, get the HP Envy Move All-in-one PC for only $749.99 at HP. That’s a 21% discount.
It’s one thing to choose a laptop to handle a few small tasks here and there on your daily commute. It’s another to bring your entire office setup with you while you travel so you can really get to work. With a all in one computer, that’s exactly what you can do and with a lot of style. If you’re the type of person who needs to carry a more rugged setup with you from place to place, an all-in-one PC is just what the doctor ordered, and HP has a great deal on one of our favorites today.
As of February 8, the HP Envy Move (Intel Core i3, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) It’s just $749.99 at HP, which is a $150 discount and 21% off its regular price of $899.99.
The HP Envy Move looks like a small off-white briefcase, but it’s a complete computer setup that easily fits wherever you go. It’s meant to be picked up (literally, with a handle) and carried with you, with a “kangaroo” bag on the outside for your keyboard and other small accessories. It’s essentially a stunning 23.8-inch screen with “magic feet” that appear when you place it on the ground. Portable like a laptop and rugged like a desktop, it’s all you need to get things done on the go or away from home.
Mashable Tech editor Kim Gedeon put this mobile PC to the test on his review and was pleasantly surprised, calling it one of her “favorite tech products” of 2023. She praised its “spacious 24-inch screen that has the mobility of a laptop, but the large size of a desktop.”
This particular model is the cheapest variant on offer, with an Intel Core i3 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD for storage. While this is a great deal for the base model, keep in mind that the upgraded Intel Core i5 iteration will be unveiled next Tuesday as a Best Buy abandon the deal. It will likely drop to a price below $800 at that point, so if you think you might need additional power, it would be wise to wait. Still, if you need and want this PC now, it’s a good buy for a piece of technology that almost took our Mashable’s Choice award.