After the announcement of computers with Android operating system, HP decided to take the CES 2014 to announce the Slate21 Pro, an all-in-one PC equipped with Google’s OS. The Slate21 Pro is an all-in-one PC equipped with the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and a touch screen of 21.5 inches with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. The PC will be one of the first Android AIO in the market, offering full compatibility with smartphones and tablets with the operating system through the Google Cloud services.
The PC is equipped with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, 2 GB of RAM and an integrated direct access to thousands of HD apps available in the Google Play Store.
The Slate21 Pro will be sold with some pre-installed apps such as Google Drive, Kingsoft Office Suite, 50GB of storage space on the Box service, among others. If using a full featured Android PC isn’t appealing to you, know that the Slate21 Pro will also support Windows and can use both operating systems in simultaneously.
The HP Slate21 Pro will be sold in the United States at a suggested price of $ 399, accompanied by keyboard and mouse.