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HP unveils its first Android-based business PCs
Posted on 7-Jan-2014 10:04. | Tags Filed under: News.



HP today announced a series of powerful and space-saving all-in-one (AiO) PCs, including the company’s first built-for-business Android AiO.

HP’s sleek, stylish portfolio of business AiO desktops has been enhanced with Android business apps, efficient manageability tools and new security advancements that allow users to connect all of their information seamlessly without sacrificing business productivity.

• he HP Slate21 Pro AiO, HP’s first commercial Android AiO, offers seamless integration with Android-based phones and tablets with autosyncing and Google Cloud Services. It also provides access to efficient manageability tools, security enhancements and apps available through the Google Pla app store.
• The HP ProOne 400 AiO G1 is a stylish, space-saving Windows-based AiO business PC that delivers small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) true value, along with essential security and productivity features, including an available touchscreen option.
• The HP 205 AiO is a Windows-based AiO business PC that is powerful enough to handle everyday workplace computing tasks while offering reliability and affordability.

“HP’s multi-OS approach showcases our innovation and allows us to deliver the right product for our customers’ needs, giving them all the flexibility and ease of use they need from a business PC,” said Enrique Lores, senior vice president and general manager, Commercial PCs, HP. “The HP AiO PCs announced today highlight how businesses of any size can increase employee productivity by leveraging the growing Android ecosystem, all while being budget friendly.”

The Android-powered HP Slate21 Pro AiO is designed for productivity in office, education and kiosk environments. It features a 21.5-inch diagonal Full HD IPS touch screen with wide 178-degree viewing angles, plus a comfortable and intuitive Android touch experience. Its stand design allows up to 70 degrees of adjustable recline and optional VESA mounting, making it flexible enough for a variety of work environments. The HP Slate21 Pro also packs the performance of Android 4.3, an NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor, 8.11 a/b/g/n dual band wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, integrated high-definition (HD) webcam and access to apps on Google Play.

The HP Slate21 Pro AiO delivers robust, familiar productivity with local and cloud-based productivity apps like Kingsoft Office Suite, Google Docs, Google Drive and 50 GB of Box cloud storage at no additional cost. Certified Citrix ready and HDX verified, the business Android AiO also delivers a virtual workspace with secure data and Windows application support via Citrix Receiver, allowing users to access apps without compromising security. Users also can toggle easily between the Android environment and content displayed from a Windows PC.

Plus, by using restricted profiles that are part of the security enhancements for Android, employees can further protect business data. Managing users and devices becomes simple and scalable with pre-installed Citrix XenMobile, which allows companies to manage apps and secure the HP Slate21 within a corporate environment.

The HP Slate21 Pro AiO is available on March 6, 2014 in the United States with a starting price of US$399, including keyboard and mouse.



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