HP introduces Slate 21 all-in-one Android desktop
The last time we saw something ‘Android’ from HP, it was back in May when they officially unveiled the HP SlateBook x2, a dual-OS device running on Windows 8 and Android. Now HP is back again, and this time, it is just Android. HP introduces their first ever Android powered all-in-one Android desktop, known as the Slate 21.
It is running on the latest version of Android, with a Tegra 4 processor and a 1080p IPS display. It is priced at $399, and I guess it is amazingly priced and it will make a great, affordable desktop at any home. Although, it does not come with built-in battery, so you cannot carry it around, but who wants to carry around a 21 inch Android tablet? Anyone?
Android desktops are becoming a new trend nowadays. First, ViewSonic introduced the Android display and then recently we saw a beautiful all-in-one from Acer, so it can be said that we might see more all-in-one Android desktops in future.
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