The Consumer Electronics Show seems to be bigger this year. We’re looking forward to 3D printing and wearable tech plus more Ultra HDTVs. While we’re not expecting a lot of computers and tablets, HP is setting the mood by announcing products geared towards the business sector. One of the first introduced by the company is an All-in-One machine powered by Android. The HP Slate 21 Pro may not be the first AiO but it’s HP’s first foray into the enterprise set. HP has added more features. Since it’s Android 4.3-powered, more Google services are included like Google Drive and Gmail. HP has also pre-loaded more software: HP Classroom Manager, Skype, Evernote, and Kingsoft Office. For the Windows user, Citrix Receiver for remote and 50GB of lifetime Box storage are also included. Price tag reads $399.
On the other hand is the HP Pro x2 410. The 11-incher is actually a detachable laptop that doubles as a tablet. Its specs include a Core i3/i5 processor and a 1366 x 768 display. The laptop-tablet costs $899.
New laptops were also showcased under the new 300 line. There are 14-inch and 15-inch laptops that feature fingerprint readers, anti-glare panels, and spill-resistant keyboards. Both laptops will cost starting $399.
Aside from the HP Slate 21 Pro, HP also introduced the Windows-powered ProOne 400 and HP 205. Both All-in-One machines come in either 21.5-inches($799) or 19.5-inches($649). The smaller sized display doesn’t offer touch features. As for the specs, the two run Haswell processors and boast of up to 1080p resolution displays.
< Source: CNET >