Taipei, Friday, December 9, 2016 16:11 (GMT+8)
partly cloudy
Taipei
23°C
CES 2014: HP unveils new 27-inch all-in-one workstation and new Android-based all-in-one PC
Press release; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 9 January 2014]

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has unveiled a new-generation all-in-one workstation with a 27-inch diagonal display, the HP Z1 as well as its new all-in-one PC products including one featuring Android at the CES 2014

Ideal for knowledge workers and specialists in CAD, graphic arts and university education, the HP Z1 G2 offers fast data transfer speeds for compute-intensive workloads and new technologies like Thunderbolt offer the flexibility for high-performance external expandability.

The HP Z1 features Intel integrated HD graphics, fourth-generation Intel Xeon and Core processors, ECC memory, and RAID storage options, providing users with more reliability and performance. Additionally, the HP Z1 features the latest Nvidia Mobile Quadro GPUs for professional use.

The new HP Z1 G2 workstation is expected to be available in late January and priced starting at US$1,999.

Meanwhile, HP is also showcasing three new all-in-one PCs at the CES 2014 show, the Android-based Slate 21 Pro AiO, the ProOne 400 AiO G1 and the HP 205 AiO.

The HP Slate21 Pro AiO is designed for productivity in office, education and kiosk environments. It features a 21.5-inch Full HD IPS touch screen with wide 178-degree viewing angles, plus a comfortable and intuitive Android touch experience. Its stand design allows up to 70 degrees of adjustable recline and optional VESA mounting, making it flexible for a variety of work environments.

The HP Slate21 Pro also packs the performance of Android 4.3, an Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor, 8.11 a/b/g/n dual band wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, integrated high-definition (HD) webcam and access to more than one million apps on Google Play.

The HP ProOne 400 AiO is available as a 21.5-inch touch version and a 19.5-inch non-touch version, allowing businesses to choose the device that suits their space and user experience requirements. It can be mounted to the wall, an arm, a cart or other accessories with standard VESA mount.

The HP ProOne 400 AiO is a connectivity hub, featuring a rich video- and audio-conferencing experience with an integrated Skype-ready webcam and microphone, business-class speakers and DTS Sound+ audio software. It also includes a DisplayPort for adding an external monitor and side USB 3.0 ports for additional accessory connections - including one fast-charging USB port, which is ideal for quickly charging tablets or smart phones. Users can also share their internet connection with up to five devices using HP Wireless Hotspot.

The HP ProOne 205 AiO features an 18.5-inch diagonal HD, WLED-backlight antiglare display that tilts to allow for placement, helping users create an ideal workspace or create a well-rounded customer experience.

The built-in webcam and array microphone allow for enhanced connection and communications, including instantly reviewing photos and video clips. The device is powered by AMD's E-series dual-core processors for enhanced performance.

The HP Slate21 Pro AiO is available on March 6, 2014 in the US with a starting price of US$399, including keyboard and mouse. The HP ProOne 400 AiO non-touch and touch are now available globally with respective starting prices of US$649 and US$799. The HP 205 AiO is available in select countries with a starting price of US$449.

HP Slate 21 Pro AiO all-in-one PC

HP Slate 21 Pro AiO all-in-one PC
Photo: Company

HP ProOne 400 AiO touch (left) and non-touch (right) all-in-one PCs

HP ProOne 400 AiO touch (left) and non-touch (right) all-in-one PCs
Photo: Company

HP Z1 G2 all-in-one workstation

HP Z1 G2 all-in-one workstation
Photo: Company

HP ProOne 205 AiO all-in-one PC

HP ProOne 205 AiO all-in-one PC
Photo: Company

Realtime news
  • Digitimes Research: China smartphone industry enjoys shipment growth in 3Q16 thanks to overseas demand

    Mobile + telecom | 3min ago

  • Inventec to close AIO PC subsidiary TPV-Inventa in 2017, says paper

    IT + CE - Newswatch | 4min ago

  • Chicony Power November revenues hit record

    IT + CE | 8min ago

  • UMC November revenues up, VIS down

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 9min ago

  • Chunghwa Telecom to appoint new chairman

    Mobile + telecom | 11min ago

  • Chin-Poon sees November revenues rise

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 13min ago

  • Tripod reports increased revenues for November

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 15min ago

  • Quanta revenues rise in November

    IT + CE - Stockwatch | 17min ago

  • TSMC November revenues rise

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 19min ago

  • Compal revenues fall in November

    IT + CE - Stockwatch | 19min ago

  • Gigabyte revenues up in November

    IT + CE - Stockwatch | 22min ago

  • Foxlink reports decreased revenues for November

    IT + CE - Stockwatch | 24min ago

  • Accton reports increased revenues for November

    Mobile + telecom - Stockwatch | 27min ago

  • Acer revenues drop 2.8% on year in November

    IT + CE - Stockwatch | 29min ago

  • Innolux revenues up in November

    Displays - Stockwatch | 31min ago

  • Topco Scientific sees November revenues rise

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 34min ago

  • Automation component maker Taiwan Chelic reports increased sales for November

    IT + CE | 36min ago

  • ECS revenues flat on year in November

    IT + CE - Stockwatch | 37min ago

  • Ennoconn denies reports about seeking full ownership of Germany-based S&T

    IT + CE | 1h 3min ago

  • Wistron reports record monthly sales in November due to new smartphone orders

    IT + CE | 1h 16min ago

  • E Ink Holdings expects to ship 30-40 million smart tags in 2016

    Displays | 1h 19min ago

  • WinHEC 2016: Microsoft empowers new development opportunities in mixed reality, gaming and cellular PCs

    IT + CE | 1h 33min ago

  • Passive component firm Magic Technology 2016 EPS to top NT$2.50

    Bits + chips | 1h 38min ago

  • IC distributor Edom to post double-digit revenue growth in 4Q16

    Bits + chips | 1h 47min ago

  • Inventec revenues increase in November

    IT + CE | 2h ago

  • Oppo to begin selling smartphones in US by year-end

    Mobile + telecom | 2h 3min ago

  • Taiwan market: LG offers upgrades to Android 7.0 for LG G5

    Mobile + telecom | 3h 50min ago

  • ASE to raise funds through issuing new shares, bonds

    Bits + chips - Stockwatch | 4h 13min ago

  • Acer Starbreeze, HTC take part in global VR association, GVRA

    IT + CE | 4h 25min ago

  • Holtek, Sonix November revenues increase

    Bits + chips | 4h 41min ago

  • China PV installation capacity in 2017 may reach 25-30GWp, says CPIA

    Green energy | 4h 42min ago

  • Qisda to cooperate with Intel to promote IoT

    IT + CE | 4h 44min ago

  • Macroblock 2016 EPS to reach NT$6.50-7

    Bits + chips | 5h 4min ago

  • LED players see November revenues up

    LED | 5h 13min ago

  • Delta Electronics to tap Taiwan market for data centers used by financial organizations

    IT + CE | 5h 14min ago

  • Kinsus, Nanya PCB November revenues down

    Bits + chips | Dec 8, 22:11

  • Chipbond set to report record 4Q16 revenues

    Bits + chips | Dec 8, 22:10

Pause
 | 
View more
UMC
Intel strategies in the mobile device market
Analysis of China revised domestic semiconductor industry goals
  • Wireless broadband developments in Southeast Asia markets

    As of 2013, the 10 ASEAN nations had a total of over 700 million mobile subscriptions, with the CAGR from 2003-2013 reaching 24%. This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the various mobile broadband markets in ASEAN and looks at the respective trends in 4G LTE development for those markets.

  • 2015 global tablet demand forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report provides a 2015 forecast for the global tablet market and analyzes the strategies of key market players such as Google, Apple, Intel, and Microsoft.

  • 2015 China smartphone panel trend forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the strategies of key China-based major panel makers BOE, Tianma and IVO for attacking the different market segments through technology and pricing, and their relationship to local vendors Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, Xiaomi and Coolpad.