hp server has confirmed that they will release the Dream Machines in North America and Europe, with the PC version coming in Q1 2017.
In this exclusive interview with theScore esports, HP has shared details on the Dream Masks’ specs, what they’re like to play, and what you can expect from them in the months to come.
The Dream Machines will be available on the HP Dream Team.
The HP Dream Machine will come with an AMD Radeon R9 290 graphics card, 2GB of RAM, 1TB of hard drive storage, and a 500GB SSD.
The company also confirmed that the DreamMasks will be compatible with SteamOS.
HP also teased that the hardware will come in a variety of configurations, including 4GB of DDR3 RAM and 2GB RAM and a 1TB HDD.
The new HP Dream Machines should arrive in Q2 2017, and HP is expected to offer more information on the hardware in Q4.
The Dream Machines are coming to the Dream Team PC in Q3, and we expect to see them in Q5.HP’s Dream Machine line is the first in a long line of hardware to feature AMD’s new Radeon R5 graphics cards, which were announced earlier this year and are expected to be launched in the second half of this year.
This new GPU architecture brings with it a new compute engine, which is capable of running some of the most popular games in the PC gaming space, including Unreal Engine 4.
HP says the DreamMachine will also have support for a new GPU called the AMD Radeon HD 8800 series, which will be released in Q6.
The HD 8600 series is expected in Q7, but HP hasn’t shared any details.
The HP DreamMarks will be a part of the HP Home and Business line of HP products, and the HP HD DreamMark is an affordable, portable HDTV that will offer the best of both worlds for consumers and professionals.
HP has previously shared details about the DreamMark’s specifications and pricing.