Hi, I'm Scott Stein at CES 2014, and one of the more interesting PC products that HP is putting out here is the HP Slate 21 Pro.
Now we're seeing Android and Windows combined in some products.
Asus is getting into it.
Now this is not a Windows computer but it is a 21.5-inch Android all-in-one that does happen to act as a PC monitor.
All you have to do is double tap here,
click again and now it's gonna mirror and show what's on your Windows PC.
Now it's got HDMI input and USB [unk] as well.
Now it's also, since it's an Android all-in-one, it's got a quad-core Tegra 4 processor, it's got 16 Gigs of flash storage, it's also got Ethernet, it's got Wi-Fi, it's got Bluetooth, it's got a webcam and there's an optical touch display here that's 1080p.
So you're getting that for 399 and remember this also comes with a keyboard and mouse.
Pretty good package if you're interested in Android all-in-one.
And there's some of business features and software as well including Kingsoft free Office and the ability to connect with Citrix.
So that's a look at a way that maybe Android is being targeted to kiosks and small businesses but still functions as a monitor.
I'm Scott Stein and that's a look at the HP Slate 21 Pro at CES 2014.
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