HP Slate21 Pro All-in-one Android Computer Launches in United States


hp slate21Today in Vegas, HP unveiled the first all-in-one computer that runs on Android OS: the HP Slate21 Pro.

The Slate21 Pro is a business-oriented device, but it could be of good use for education and entertainment as well. Its body is a bit uninspiring, but considering its price, we shouldn’t complain about it. The hardware specs are on the bright side though. The Slate21 Pro has a big 21.5-inch FullHD display with good viewing angles. It’s powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor, and runs on Android 4.3 Jellybean. It has a HD webcam and is WiFi 8.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 compatible. Its RAM and storage weren’t specified, but we wouldn’t expect it to have less than 2GB of system memory.

HP set the Slate21 Pro up with a number of free services and productivity suites, like Box, Google Drive, Kingsoft Office and more. Additionally, 50GB of Box storage is given to any buyer.

HP Slate21 Pro is now available in US for $399. It comes with a mouse and a keyboard, so you shouldn’t worry about that. We expect the rest of the world to get the AIO soon.