Meet the giant Android tablet HP Slate21 Pro AIO
The device is surrounded by a numerous ports that you can usually find on your regular PC
The Android platform is slowly and certainly stepping on a new ground as CES 2014 gives us a huge number of all-in-one computer devices that rock the mobile operating system. In fact, HP Slate21 Pro is one amongst those devices that all of us are eager to lay hands on. The AIO device might be easily considered as a giant tablet running Android as it operates with a splendid NVIDIA mobile processor, the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 and that fuels the tablet with enough power not only to deal with productivity and business applications, but also with high-quality games.
The HP Slate21 Pro sports a 21.5-inch screen with Full HD resolution and rocks the IPS tech, so running out of space on your display is simply impossible. The giant amongst Android tablets is surrounded by a numerous ports that you can usually find on your regular PC, and that includes a full-size USB and HDMI ports as well as an Ethernet port that would enable users to connect via an old-school LAN cable.
In terms of software, the HP Slate21 Pro doesn’t fail to amaze either as it’s the very first commercial Android AIO device to run Android 4.3 with the Jelly Bean flavour. Well, many of us might have hoped for a KitKat, however the operating system is still recent enough and feature all the latest tweaks that would be useful in restricted profiles. Above all, the software has everything to allow you find and use your apps from the Google Play Store and Citrix including the preinstalled Citrix Receiver and XenMobile that is welcomed by IT managers.
The suggested for the device price tag indicates $399 and so far you can find the giant tablet in the US. The offer includes up to 50GB of cloud storage from Box, however this decision is up to change any time. Stay tuned.