HP unveils Android business PC in all-in-one portfolio update
"HP has announced a new crop of all-in-one desktop systems aimed at the business market, including one based on the Android platform and an updated version of its innovative Z1 workstation.
The HP Slate 21 Pro is the company's first Android all-in-one that is built for business, intended for basic productivity work in office, education and kiosk environments, HP said.
Based on an Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor and running Android 4.3, the Slate 21 Pro is integrated with a 21.5in touchscreen display offering full HD resolution and wide viewing angles. Specifications also include 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a high-definition webcam, plus an adjustable stand.
As part of its business focus, HP said it will ship the Slate 21 Pro with Citrix XenMobile pre-installed, enabling customers to manage apps and lock down the device. It also supports restricted profiles, as part of the security enhancements for Android, to protect business data.”
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