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Killexams : HP Envy 34 All-in-One PC Review: One Size Fits Some

Apple abdicated the high-end all-in-one market once dominated by its 27-inch iMac, but no one's rushed in to fill the gap. Even Microsoft discontinued its 32-inch touchscreen Surface Studio 2. The trend isn't surprising, given that both the price and size of 24-inch models tends to make them more attractive than the larger models for the type of buyer considering an all-in-one, where speed is usually pretty far down the list of requirements. And if you do want a 27-inch model, there are numerous midrange offerings in Dell's Inspiron and HP's Pavilion lines. As the lone remaining premium big-screen option (as far as I can tell), the HP Envy 34 AIO becomes the best choice in that class by default.

But that doesn't necessarily make it the best buy as a desktop PC. It's a fine system with a nice 34-inch display and some useful features, like a magnetically attachable webcam and Qi charging pad in the base, but you're paying for pretty and not performance.

Like

  • Attractive design with intelligent layout
  • Qi charger in base and detachable webcam
  • Easily replaceable/upgradable memory and storage
  • Reasonably color accurate, bright display

Don't Like

  • Because of mobile GPU and display configuration, not great for gaming
  • No HDR support
  • Graphics performance like a laptop

Like a ton of systems these days, our roughly $2,300 test configuration of the Envy 34 AIO (Intel Core i7-11700, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 and 16GB RAM) has been going in and out of stock, though at the moment you can find it on Amazon. You can get it with several combinations of CPU, GPU, memory and storage starting at about $1,750 for an i5-11400 and GTX 1650

If you want more powerful graphics, you can configure it with the RTX 3060, but you may also want to consider simply buying a midrange gaming laptop -- some will give you better performance with similar components -- and a decent monitor that meets your needs. Or save money by going with something less elegant but faster, like the Dell XPS 8950 tower, and shove it under your desk if you don't want to look at it.

HP Envy 34 All-in-One

Price as reviewed $2,300, £2,300 (not available in Australia) 
Display 34-inch 5,120 x 2,160 60Hz; 98% P3, 500 nits
CPU 2.5GHz Intel Core i7-11700
Memory 16GB DDR4 SDRAM 3,200MHz (4 x SODIMM)
Graphics 6GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 (mobile)
Storage 1TB SSD (capacity 2 x m.2 slots), SD card slot
Ports 3 USB-C (all with DP alt mode; 2 x Thunderbolt 4, 1 x 5Gbps), 5 USB-A (4 x 10Gbps, 1 x 5Gbps), 1 x HDMI (out)
Audio Headset, 2w stereo speakers
Networking 1 x gigabit Ethernet, Realtek Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.2
Operating system Windows 11 Home (21H2)

Smart Design

The system is well designed overall. That includes an SD card slot, USB-C and two USB-A ports on the stand, a reasonably accessible location, in addition to the host of connectors on the back of the display. There are two watt stereo speakers which are pretty good for their relatively low power output, a slow-ish Qi wireless charging pad on the base and an above-average webcam that connects magnetically to the top of the screen. It comes bundled with a decent wireless mouse and keyboard, though the keyboard doesn't have a backlight.

You can upgrade the memory and storage relatively easily via a panel on the back, which is also nice. On the flip side, it did take two of us about 20 minutes to find the power button, since it's hard to see and hard to feel: It's flat and on the right underside of the monitor bezel. 

The HP Envy 34 all-in-one's hard to find and feel power switch shown underneath the lower right corner of the display

The power button.

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There are no controls for the webcam, such as zoom or exposure compensation, and keep in mind that "16 megapixel binning" translates to a bit higher than 2 megapixels/1080p (2,304x1,292, or about 3 megapixels). The binning allows it to have a serviceable image in near-dark lighting. HP's lighting application lets you toss up a ring light on the display to Boost exposure, and it's actually a pretty useful app. Because the screen is so large (the software was intended for laptops), the virtual ring light can get bright enough to light up a dark room. 

It's all screen

But the display is really the highlight of the package. It's based on a similar 34-inch, 5K2K panel as the LG 34WK95U. As tested, it performed very well, above average for a general-purpose display and good enough for non color-critical photo and video editing: maximum brightness of about 550 nits and typically about 350 nits at its default settings, 97% P3 color gamut, an average color error of less than 2 Delta E at its best, about 1,200:1 contrast and no visible uniformity issues.

The ports on the side of the HP Envy 34 all in one's stand, one USB-C, 2 USB-A and an SD card slot.

If the monitor is raised, getting to the connections on the stand is easy. When it's lowered, it's a little trickier.

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It comes with a display utility that swaps among the most popular color profiles and allows you to map specific profiles to applications to automatically swap on launch. But they're not true calibrations; they don't include specific brightness levels or remap out of gamut colors to within the boundaries of the space. Toss in that the white point varies a bit with brightness -- it's about 6700K at the default setting but rises (gets cooler) notably as you increase output, unsurprising given it's over 500 nits -- and that's why I don't think it's good for color-critical work. 

You can always perform your own software calibrations, though, which should get it pretty close. (All measurements were taken using Portrait Display's Calman 2021 software using a Calibrite ColorChecker Display Plus, formerly X-Rite i1Display Pro Plus.)

The detachable webcam with its physical shutter closed sitting on a table

The webcam has a physical cover for your peace of mind.

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But it doesn't support HDR. While that's not essential and the specs of the display wouldn't really do it justice, it's one of the things you automatically dream of when you see that big, fixed display. You can connect the Envy to another monitor via Thunderbolt or HDMI if it becomes a must-have for you. Keep in mind that like most all-in-ones you can't use the display like a monitor for another system (in other words, connect two systems to the monitor). Because all-in-ones look like they're just a monitor, people tend to make the assumption that it can act exactly like one, but that's a specialty feature.

Sufficient speed

Its performance is good enough for a lot of people, but not up to the level of the equivalent H-series mobile CPUs, and the mobile RTX 3060 GPU underperforms some laptop competitors, partly because the power seems to be capped at 70w (the part can go up to 80w). More frustrating, though, because it uses a laptop architecture the display isn't on the GPU bus, which I suspect contributes to some frustrations of getting games to run windowed at lower resolutions. The 3060 is a fine GPU, but it's not intended to run games at passable frame rates in 5K resolution. 

That doesn't mean you can't, and in fact I had a perfectly fun time playing Stray at the native resolution. And there's always cloud gaming.

I like the HP Envy 34 AIO, and it certainly feels like a nice home or traditional office system for people who need big screens in a small space. But a laptop with a monitor and dock is a lot more flexible and cheaper in the "you don't have to buy everything at once" sense, especially if you're going to spend over $2,000 on a desktop that performs like a laptop.

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Dell Inspiron 16 Plus (7610)

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Configurations

Dell Inspiron 16 Plus (7610) Microsoft Windows 11 Home; 2.3GHz Intel Core i7-11800H; 16GB DDR4 3,200MHz; 4GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050; 512GB SSD
Dell XPS 8950 Microsoft Windows 11 Home; 2.8GHz Intel Core i5-12600K; 16GB DDR5 RAM 4,800MHz; 8GB Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060 Ti; 2TB HDD
HP Envy 34 All-in-One Microsoft Windows 11 Home (21H2); 2.5GHz Intel Core i7-11700; 16GB DDR4 SDRAM 3,200MHz; 6GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060; 1TB SSD
HP Victus 16 Microsoft Windows 11 Home; 2.3GHz Intel Core i7-11800H; 16GB DDR4 3,200MHz; 6GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060; 512GB SSD
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Killexams : HP TET test 2022: Admit card for TGT, LT exams released at hpbose.org, get direct link here

HP TET 2022: HP teacher eligibility test (TET) 2022 admit card has been released by the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBoSE) exams to be conducted on July 31, 2022. The HPTET admit card are released for TGT (non-medical) TET and Language teacher TET. Candidates can obtain the admit cards through the official website hpbose.org.

The HPTET exams are scheduled to be held on July 31, 2022, for TGT (non-medical) TET and Language teacher TET. The HP TET 2022 test will be held on July 24, 31, August 7, and 13. The exams will be held in two sessions: 10.00 AM to 12.30 PM and 2.00 to 4.30 PM.

The admit cards for all the exams will be published 4 days before the date of examination reads the official notification.

TGT (Arts) TET, TGT (Medical) TET, Punjabi TET, and Urdu TET exams are scheduled to be conducted on August 7 and August 13, 2022, For these, the admit card for these exams will be published on August 3 and August 9, 2022, respectively.

HPBoSE has already conducted J.B.T TET and Shastri TET exams on July 24, 2022.

HP TET admit card 2022: Steps to download 

Go to the official website hpbose.org
Click on TET June 2022 
Enter your credentials -- Application No., Date of Birth and submit
The HPTET admit card will appear on the screen
Download and take a printout for future reference.

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Killexams : HP has 100% gross enrolment rate in primary, middle & high schools: Jai Ram

Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jai Ram Thakur on Sunday asked the central government to allot five TV channels to the state under the recently announced Swayam Prabha scheme to telecast high-quality education programmes.

He was speaking at the Niti Aayog governing council meeting in New Delhi which was presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The meeting discussed self-sufficiency in agricultural production and crop diversification, implementation of national education policy and urban bodies administration.

Thakur said that gross enrolment ratio of primary, middle and high schools in the state was 100% while in the senior secondary schools, it was 85.6%.

This ratio goes up to 98.8% if technical institutions are added to the senior secondary level, he said, adding that girl students in the state were being provided education and free residential facility besides skill education in 14 Kasturba Gandhi Girls Schools.

The chief minister said that the education database is being digitised in the state and capacity building of teachers is being done for preparing high-quality study material in digital mode.

The chief minister said that students in the state have easy access to higher education institutions and infrastructure has been strengthened. Sardar Patel University in Mandi has been made functional from April 2022, he said, adding that the average of state’s gross enrolment ratio in higher education is 40.8% against the national average of 27.1%.

He said that the amount of scholarships under various categories and merit scholarships of girls and boys have also been increased.

He further said that the state government has launched Medha Protsahan Yojana for meritorious students aspiring for competitive services besides Swaran Jayanti Super-100 Yojana.

“State government is also considering starting Mukhyamantri Shodh Protsahan Yojana from the current academic session in universities to facilitate research scholars,” he said, adding that efforts were being made to impart employment-oriented education.

He further informed that drone policy has been framed by the government and students were being imparted training to enable the application of modern technology in the state.

Thakur said the state government was implementing 1,010 crore Himachal Pradesh Crop Diversification Scheme in all districts and added that budget provision has been made for promoting mushroom farming, especially shiitake and dhingri varieties.

He said that 31,584 orchardists were covered under state-sponsored schemes whereas 4.15 lakh orchardists benefitted under centrally sponsored schemes in last four and half years.

“To double the income of farmers, 3,590 gram panchayats have been covered under Prakritik Kheti Khushal Kisan Yojana and farmers had saved about 9.75 crore by switching over to natural manure instead of chemical fertilisers,” he said.

Thakur said 10 sale centres were set up across the state besides Delhi and Chandigarh for selling natural farming produce.

The HP chief minister also said that the state government was committed to strengthening the administration of urban bodies by filling necessary posts and improving efficiency in delivering speedy and effective services to the people with the help of the latest technology. He said that GIS mapping will be used for assessing and collection of property tax and a single-member municipal committee services regulatory committee will be constituted to settle user fees and setting benchmarks for other MC services.

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Killexams : Cabinet meeting: College, varsity teachers in HP to get UGC pay scales No result found, try new keyword!In the cabinet meeting that was chaired by chief minister Jai Ram Thakur it was decided that the HPMC will be given a grant of ₹10 crore to implement the decision ... Thu, 28 Jul 2022 09:58:46 -0500 en-in text/html https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/newsindia/cabinet-meeting-college-varsity-teachers-in-hp-to-get-ugc-pay-scales/ar-AA104L2u Killexams : HP Reveals that African Teachers want to Become Future-fit with More ‘Soft Skills’ Training

HP has revealed the results of its first education-focused survey in Africa, which sheds light on teachers’ skillsets and how learning experiences for students can be improved in South Africa and Nigeria.

The research supports HP’s education programme in Africa, which aims to provide the right technology and skills to the education sector.

As the effects of the pandemic continue to be felt on the education system, schools must navigate the imperative to catch up with national curriculums whilst providing future-proof classrooms and learning environments.

“Teachers perform a pivotal function in our society, not only in shaping the minds of future leaders and preparing students to take on the jobs of the future, but also inspiring and enabling better learning outcomes,” says Brad Pulford, Managing Director of HP Africa.

Understanding the realities of 21st-century teaching, 10 skills were identified in the study as crucial to future proofing learning. The majority (7 in 10) of teachers surveyed agreed that creative, innovative, critical, and entrepreneurial thinking, as well as digital literacy, are very important.

Crucially, one in three teachers say they could benefit from additional training to Boost their skills in the above-mentioned areas, and that the development would have an enormous impact on the pedagogy.

Access to adequate resources and technology is key

Educators face numerous challenges which can negatively affect teaching outcomes, such as a lack of basic materials. 82% of teachers surveyed noted access to instructional materials and supplies as a problem, and a further 89% said access to adequate technological resources is an issue – a crucial aspect of teaching that has been overlooked for over a decade but has been brought to the fore by the pandemic.

Still, an overwhelming majority, 95%, believes that technology can have a positive benefit in the teaching environment and can raise learners’ engagement in lessons.

The Covid-19 pandemic thrust the importance of technology in classrooms into the spotlight, bringing new opportunities and pressures to teachers around the world.

The shift has not been without difficulties, with 45% teachers ranking ICT skills as a challenging facet of the role – outpacing other elements like active teaching, homework marking and lesson planning. At the same time, 85% of survey respondents confirmed new skills in this area would have the greatest influence in their ability to teach.

Beyond technology, at least 50% of teachers report having too many learners in their classrooms which impedes quality learning, and 71% say they require more time to assist individual learners. Luckily, despite these challenges at least 95% of teachers are optimistic about their jobs and roles in shaping the future leaders of tomorrow.

Fit for purpose

HP’s Innovation and Digital Education Academy (HP IDEA) programme plays a critical role to bridge the skills gap – in fact, it forms part of HP’s goal to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people by 2030.

This immersive teacher development programme is designed to enable educators to develop and access new learning modalities in select schools in South Africa, Nigeria, and other 14 markets across Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia.

“Through the HP IDEA programme, our aim is to ensure that educators are equipped with the latest tools and best practices in teaching and learning, and ensure they too are ‘future-fit’. Understanding the educational landscape and where we can provide support and expertise is key to its success,” Pulford adds.

Pulford concludes: “We aim to expand and evolve HP IDEA through partnerships with local governments and complementary support for educators to ensure that drives results in the lives of pupils – collective action will make a real impact.”


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Hamirpur (HP), Aug 10 (UNI) Young women from Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Chandigarh will be recruited as Agniveers at a recruitment rally in Ambala from November 7 to 11, Colonel Sanjeev Kumar Tyagi, the Recruitment officer for Hamirpur, said on Wednesday.

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Lucknow, Aug 9 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that special attention should be given to the supply of clean energy and biomass in industries and natural farming and compressed biogas to reduce the emission of ammonia and methane should be promoted.

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Killexams : HP CM discusses achieving self-sufficiency in agricultural production, crop diversification

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Sunday attended the Governing Council meeting of Niti Aayog at New Delhi; and discussed achieving self sufficiency in agricultural production and crop diversification, implementation of national education policy, and urban bodies’ administration.

Thakur, in his address, said that the State Government is implementing Rs 1,010 crore HP Crop Diversification Scheme in all districts, and the budget provision has been made for promoting mushroom farming, especially Shitake and Dhingree varieties.

“State’s 31,584 orchardists were covered under the state-sponsored schemes whereas 4.15 lakh orchardists were benefitted under centrally sponsored schemes during the last four and half years. To double the farmers’ income, 3590 gram panchayats have been covered under ‘Prakritik Kheti Khushal Kisan Yojna’ and farmers had saved about Rs 9.75 crores by switching over to natural manure instead of chemical fertilizers.

He said that 10 points of sale were set up across the State besides Delhi and Chandigarh for selling natural farming produce. He added that efforts were afoot to increase production of pulses, oilseeds and other agriculture produce to achieve self-sufficiency with the help of advanced technology.

Thakur also urged the Prime Minister to allocate five TV channels to Himachal out of total 200 channels under recently announced Swayam Prabha which will telecast high quality educational programmes.

He added that the State Government is also considering to start Mukhya Mantri Shodh Parotsahan Yojna from the current academic session in universities to facilitate research scholars. “Efforts are being made to impart employment-oriented education and placement cells have been set up,” he said. He further informed that Drone policy has been framed by the government and students were being imparted Drone training to enable the application of modern technology in the state.

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