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Loon2ynz
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Looking for a PC that has TPM 2.0 chip installed.

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HP ENVY TE01-1022
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I'm looking at this computer:
https://www.amazon.com/HP-Desktop-Computer-i7-10700-TE01-1022/dp/B089K5J3PT/ref=psdc_13896597011_t1_...

Which is HP Envy desktop model: TE01-1022 (2020 model), and wondering if it has the TMP 2.0 chip installed so that it can be upgraded to Windows 11 when it's released.

 

Anyone know?

 

Thank you!

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Prométhée
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Hello
if I can give you any advice
do not rush to buy a computer, which you are planning to upgrade to windows 11, when it is released
Instead, wait until you see the returns of this system, is it worth it ..
And by then you will have certified computers compatible, or already with the Windows 11 system

https://www.microsoft.com/fr-fr/windows/windows-11

 

There are several ways to find out. If you're currently looking for a new PC, look for "Free Upgrade to Windows 11" on the product label. You can also ask your professional dealer to confirm.


that said at this price I do not recommend this type of machine, very little scalable

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Loon2ynz
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Thank you for the response.  Yes, I know it's not wise to buy one now, but at the moment, a friend really needs a new computer and soon.  It's on it's last legs.  She doesn't want to buy something that will not be able to get Windows 11 when it's released.

 

So with that said, do you know if this computer has the TPM 2.0 chip installed?  If not, I'm going to continue looking.

 

Thanks!

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