Thursday, January 16, 2014

HP's Slate 21 Pro and ProOne 400 G1 All-In-One Business PCs is Up!

In the recent International CES, HP officially revealed a couple of all-in-one machine ideal for businesses. The Slate 21 Pro and ProOne 400 G1 with 16GB solid-state drive built-in storage. The company is emphasizing the capability of compacted computers with elegant design to transform the needs of several field. I think, this AIO machines are not only intended for business people but also for academic future requirements. And why, imagine a classroom demonstration through touchscreen environment, it is quite different, right?

I heard a lot of touchscreen technology before but to work in a 21-inch screen makes HP's Slate 21 Pro and ProOne 400 G1 unique. However, in terms of built-in storage, this might be the shortcomings of the two all-in-one machines. But both are also equipped with SD card reader for additional space. And the two different models are powered by NVidia Tegra 4 T40S processor paired with 2GB of RAM.

HP Slate 21 Pro Android-powered All-In-One PC

The sizes of HP's newest upcoming all-in-one computers ranges from 18.5 to 21.5-inch with IPH full high-definition (HD) capabilities. The entire device is supported by adjustable back stand which can be placed in any flat surface.

Furthermore, HP Slate 21 Pro is up with Android platform which will also make this variant more affordable compared to ProOne 400 G1. According to a reliable source, these machines are now headed to the global market. Prices will vary based on buyer's selected configuration. Aside from having a built-in camera, these machines are also packed with USB keyboard and mouse.

Other specs for these computers includes a USB 2.0 support, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and typical Ethernet port. These are also bundled with Kingsoft Office Suite software for creating documents and free 50GB of complimentary storage space from Google Drive. And the ProOne 400 G1 is probably packed with Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system instead of Android.

In addition, availability of these machines will probably start by next month in one country into another.



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