Along with the new laptops that HP announced the other day, the computing giant has launched several new desktops as part of a major roll-out of PCs to respond to the rapid increase in remote work due to the coronavirus pandemic. In particular, one new all-in-one appears to be produced specifically to address the new realities of distance working and virtual collaboration.
As the name suggests, the Collaboration All-in-One G6 with Zoom Rooms most notably features built-in Zoom Rooms integration, making it easy to start a Zoom meeting with just a single click. An wide-angle (88-degree) eye-level camera provides a more natural appearance compared to peering into a webcam from odd angels. Don’t expect this to replace a traditional PC, however, as the Collaboration AIO will run on Windows IoT, Microsoft’s latest operating system for embedded systems.
If you need an all-in-one