HP is entirely sick of presenting traditional desktops and looking to make amazing one. Now, the company has made a PC that seems as it pushed inside Bang & Olufsen speaker. The computer manufacturer has announced it as the Elite Slice modular desktop. It was considered a combination of a Discman, a router and a set top box. In spite of the modernity combination, it is really looks like the Elite Slice, not only by its look but also with its functionality. HP is not the first manufacturer in making such modular components for a PC. Originally, Lenovo presented this idea into the life last year with its Thinkpad Stack.
The Thinkpad Stack of Lenovo was a set of magnetic components for a laptop, but the HP has presented Elite Slice for a standalone PC. The device of HP is much slicker and the design of Elite Slice has been specially made for business & office use due to its specs for base model. This device is 2.3 pound and presented with 6th generation Inter Core i7, and it has the capability to run Windows 10 Pro. The Elite Slice is presented with enterprise-level security software. It also includes HP BIOSphere and HP Sure in order to detect and manage threats. There are two USB 3.1 Type-C Ports to plug-in keyboard and mouse with the system. It also has two USB 2.0 ports, a Display-Port and a HDMI port. This desktop unit has Ethernet, Headphone and Microphone jacks, but it has built-in dual mics with an optional fingerprint sensor.