Hewlett-Packard will be launching its first all-in-one desktop computer powered by Android. The device will be geared towards small businesses and will come stocked with business apps, manageability tools, and security enhancements. HP argues that you won’t lose any productivity, even though the PC isn’t running familiar productivity apps like Microsoft Office.
Hewlett-Packard is launching its first Android-based all-in-one desktop computer for small businesses. The machine is a commercial version of a consumer Android all-in-one that HP launched last year, and it shows that Microsoft’s grip on enterprise desktop computers is weakening. The company is unveiling the machine at the 2014 International CES, the huge tech tradeshow in Las Vegas this week.