HP’s latest all-in-one business computer uses Android for its operating system instead of Microsoft Windows. In another step away from the old Wintel approach that HP once championed, the new machine sports a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 4 processor instead of an Intel chip.
Acer, Asustek and Lenovo are also bringing desktop Android PCs and laptops to market.
There’s a clear need for HP to experiment with Windows alternatives. But is desktop Android the right choice for a business desktop?