HP brought at CES 2017 competitor to the iMac without a keyboard and mouse
HP has announced an unusual one-piece computer. Hybrid all-in-one interactive projector, tablet and 3D scanner called Sprout Pro G2. In order to use the device requires neither mouse nor keyboard.
Competitor iMac is equipped with a 23.8 inch touchscreen display. As the hardware platform is the Intel Core i7-7700T seventh generation, to help with video card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 16 GB of RAM and a hybrid drive 1TB.
Sprout Pro G2 supplemented with a special module, which houses a projector and camera to scan objects, as well as additional touch panel on which the image is projected. A 21.3-inch touch pad recognizes up to 20 simultaneous keystrokes. The rest of the work falls on the software.
The image processing system is at the top of the computer. It consists of a projector (DLP), a 14.6-megapixel camera, and the camera Intel RealSense for scanning objects and handling user gestures. To interact with the virtual models used proprietary software WorkTools. In addition there is a digital pen HP Active Pen, a pressure-sensitive depression.
The computer is running Windows 10 Pro and is oriented to specialists in the field of design, artists and designers. Selling HP Sprout Pro G2 will appear in March, but its price is not yet announced. The expected price is $2200.