HP Monitor With Built in Microphone Is Half off at Staples

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An easy way to get not only the best visuals, but to totally immerse yourself in your work, content, or games, is with a top-performing monitor, like the ones you’ll find in these desktop monitor deals. If you browse Staples deals, you’ll find even more great discounts.  And right now, you can get this 23-inch HP Mini-in-One HD Monitor with built-in Microphone, Speakers & Webcam, for only $150. That’s a huge discount — $140 off — from its regular price of $290. That’s nearly 50% off!

Why settle for less, visually, when you can have the most clear, detailed, colorful pictures, and tons of great features in this 23-inch HP Mini-in-One HD Monitor? Maximize your workspace and lose yourself in 23.8 inches of HD brilliance, with a built-in microphone, speakers, and webcam. Whether you’re dialing into class, meetings, or online games with friends, this is the kind of monitor that can serve all your needs.

The screen itself is 23.8 inches wide and has 1080p integrated FHD, as well as TFT active matrix display technology for better clarity, and 1920 x 1080 resolution for the clearest and most accurate details. Add to this a 16:9 aspect ratio for widescreen viewing, as well as viewing angles measuring 178 degrees (both vertical and horizontal) and you will have nothing short of absolutely brilliant imagery. And then you have the built-in microphone and camera, making this a monitor that not only immerses you, but can work for you as well. The speakers are front-facing, giving you a total audio experience featuring fully integrated sound — and you’ll never have to worry about cluttering your desk or work area with external speakers. Meanwhile, the built-in webcam sets you up for all your video chats and meetings.

It arrives with much of what you need, but this monitor is comes absolutely loaded with ports, to ensure that you can connect whatever devices you need — whether it’s your HP Elite Desktop Mini, another laptop, tablet, cameras; you name it. There are six USB ports, including a USB-C port for the fastest, most coherent transfer of data. This monitor is not simply an addition to the desktops found in these desktop computer deals — it’s a wonder to itself. And it can be yours, right now at Staples, for only $150.

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Oculus Quest v30 adds microphone management and more

Earlier this week, we mentioned that the Oculus Quest 1 would gain support for the Air Link as part of the 30.0 update. That update is now rolling out to Oculus users, and the release notes detailing some of the key features for the update are available. One of the biggest enhancements in build 30.0 is a microphone management system.

With the new update applied, users will be able to swap the microphone between Party and game chat. Switching the mic is done via the universal menu and selecting Manage Voice. The ability to control the microphone is something that users have wanted for a long time. Another important feature is improved multitasking.

Users can multitask using multiple system-level 2D apps side-by-side in Oculus Home on Qwest 2 and Quest headsets. Supported apps include Explore, Store, Browser, Events, Oculus TV, Oculus Move, Scoreboards, and others. Users will need to go into the Experimental Features section of Settings and turn on Multitasking to enable the multitasking feature.

Version 3.0 also brings color correction, an accessibility feature allowing users to adjust how colors are displayed on the headset. Using Color Filters requires users to go into Settings, select Accessibility, and enable Color Correction. Users will then be able to set filters and adjust the filter intensity to customize how colors are shown.

Raise View allows the user to raise and adjust their view, giving them a standing vantage point while they are physically seated. This is great for those with mobility issues and a welcome update. Raise View is an experiment feature requiring users to go into the Experimental Features section of Settings and turn on the Boost your height feature. As we mentioned previously, another big feature of the 30.0 update is that the Quest 1 headset also gains Oculus Air Link support. That is an experimental feature, again in the Experimental Features section of Settings.

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