Today, HP announced new business products to help employees stay connected in more places, as well as the company's first first inkjet devices.
In a nutshell, the HP Pro x2 410 notebook marries the flexibility of a tablet and the productivity of a notebook in one steamlined form factor that's ideal for SMBs. The redesigned and upgraded HP ElitePad 1000, successor of the HP ElitePad 900 tablet, now comes with a brighter and more durable touchscreen with a 16:10 screen-aspect ratio, 4G connectivity, and 64-bit capabilities. The HP Pro Tablet 610 G1 offers essential productivity with long battery life, and versatile Windows 8.1 and x86 compatibility for legacy applications.
The HP Slate Pro AiO is the company's first commercial Android AIO; it offers integration with Android-based phones and tablets with autosyncing and Google Cloud Services. The HP ProOne 400 AiO G1 is a space-saving Windows-based AiO business PC that delivers essential security and productivity features, along with an available touchscreen option. Lastly, the HP EliteDesk 800 G1 Business Desktop Mini comes fully incorporated with power efficiency, security, and manageability solutions.
Powered by HP PageWide technology that takes advanced commercial printing technologies scales them to a new class of enterprise printers, the HP Officejet Enterprise Color MFP X585 (and the rest of the Officejet Enterprise series) prints at twice the speed and at up to half the cost per page of color lasers. HP also introduced the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M476, the brand's first Mopria*-certified printer that supports embedded print for Android-based devices.
|Starting Price in S$||Availability|
|HP Pro x2 410 G1 PC||$1,599||End June|
|HP ElitePad 1000 G2||$1,499|
|HP Pro Tablet 610 G1 PC||$899|
|HP Slate 21 Pro AiO||$599||Immediate|
|HP ProOne 400 G1 21.5-inch Touch AiO||$1,199|
|HP EliteDesk 800 Mini||$999||14 May|
|HP Officejet Enterprise Color Flow MFP X585||$3,699||Immediate|
|HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M476||$1,099|
*Mopria is a non-profit group of printer makers, including (but not limited to) Canon and HP, with the goal of providing simple wireless printing from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.