HP Leap Motion integration expands to desktops and all-in-ones

Chris Burns - Dec 5, 2013, 3:47pm CST
HP Leap Motion integration expands to desktops and all-in-ones

Supposing you’re in the mood for controlling your computer with a wisp of your hand this upcoming winter season, HP and Leap Motion have today suggested that you’re in luck. They’ve made clear that they’re bringing the move beyond their original integration of Leap Motion control in the HP Envy 17 and are moving on up to a massive 11 new devices. These devices include desktop and all-in-one computers as well as a new Leap Motion keyboard.

You’ll be seeing this technology added to the HP Leap Motion keyboard firs and foremost. This keyboard wont work on just any computer (with its advanced abilities, that is), but will function with a number of HP computers in the near future. It’s the keyboard that adds functionality to the full range of HP computers being announced this week.

You’ll see this technology working with the HP Pavilion 21 TouchSmart All-in-one PC, the HP Pavilion 23 TouchSmart TouchSmart All-in-one PC, and the HP Pavilion 500 Desktop PC. In addition, you’ll find the HP ENVY Phoenix 810 Desktop PC rolling with the new tech with the HP Pavilion 23 All-in-one PC not far behind it. The HP Envy 700 Desktop PC and the HP ENVY TouchSmart 23 will be coming soon as well.

The HP ENVY Recline 27 and ENVY Recline 23 (regular and Beats edition) will also sport the Leap Motion tech integration immediately if not soon.

Above you’re seeing the ENVY 17 Leap Motion edition in action. While this notebook works with the sensor built in to its body, most of the rest of the lineup will see the sensor in their keyboard.

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