HP Slate 21.5" PRO (2GB RAM, HDMI) Full HD All-in-One Android Tablet/PC for £275.88 (or £264.38 with Quidco) incl. delivery using a voucher code
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HP Slate 21.5" PRO (2GB RAM, HDMI) Full HD All-in-One Android Tablet/PC for £275.88 (or £264.38 with Quidco) incl. delivery using a voucher code

£275.88HP Deals
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Found 17th Aug 2014
I know this isn't going to get as hot as my "Deal of the Day" on the lower-spec HP Slate model, but for those looking for double the RAM and double the "hard drive" space (16GB eMMC), plus HDMI connectivity, then this could be the deal for you?.....

Original Price is £290 including VAT, 5% off with voucher code Q4HPAF38 and then a further 5% off the pre-VAT price with Quidco (£11.50). Potential price is £264.38!

HP Slate 21 Pro All-in-One PC-/+

Operating system
Android 4.3, Jelly Bean

Processor
ARM Cortex-A15 MPcore

Processor family
NVIDIA® Tegra® 4

Processor
NVIDIA® Tegra® 4 T40S

Memory
2GB 800 MHz DDR3 SDRAM (1 x 2 GB)

Drives
16 GB eMMC

Display Specifications
21.5" diagonal IPS full HD widescreen LED-backlit touch-enabled (1920 x 1080)

Graphic Subsystem
Integrated NVIDIA GPU (72 cores)

Multimedia
Audio
DTS Sound audio management technology, two integrated stereo speakers (2 W x 2 W), headphone-microphone combo out (disables integrated speakers)

Webcam
HP TrueVision HD Webcam with built-in microphone

Connectivity and Communications
Network interface
Integrated 10/100 Ethernet

Ports
3 USB 2.0
1 USB 2.0 (upstream)
1 RJ-45
1 headphone-out/microphone-in combo
1 HDMI

Expansion slots
1 SD media reader

Battery and Power
Power
100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 A (internal)

Weights
5.97 kg

All-in-One

Software
Productivity: Kingsoft Office, Citrix Receiver, Adobe PDF Reader, HP File Manager, HP ePrint, Evernote, Splashtop

Personal
Manageability: Citrix Worx Home
Cloud Storage: Box, Google Drive™
Video Conferencing: Skype, HP MyRoom, Google Hangouts
Education: HP Classroom Manager (student version)
Google Apps and Services: Google Play Store, Chrome browser, gmail, YouTube, Google Calendar, Google Search
For a complete list of preinstalled software, please refer to the quick spec document for this product.

Management features
Citrix XenMobile (30- or 60-day trial offer)

Dimensions
Minimum dimensions (W x D x H)
53.1 x 8.25 x 36.6 cm

The deal for the cheaper, lower spec model can be found here.....
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…601

61 Comments

Damn still no battery and heavy as half of an elephant

Original Poster

If you're after 3 of these, or if you have 2 other friends that might want them too, you can use voucher code Q4HPAF28 for 8% off (over £800), bringing the individual price down to £266.80 before Qudico (£255.68 after, if the cashback pays out).

Ridiculous. A 21in tablet. Hp really have list the Plot

Good price, and would love to get this version, but going to have to wait until it goes below the £200 mark.

Argh I hate SwiftKey auto correction

Lost not list... Grrr

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royals

Ridiculous. A 21in tablet. Hp really have list the Plot


Not really a "tablet" per-se, more an Android AiO with tablet functionality, but that wasn't a particularly snappy title for the thread.

This has an excellent screen as with the last model (white one non Pro version) - doesn't look as good overall as the white one, but I still think the overall usability is better but yep you still have to plug it in - Excellent as a stand up and browse PC or a kitchen PC.
But will HP bring others out this year ?

Well thats typical. I was going to buy the 21" white one then saw the Asus 18" with better spec and bought that last week. If only i had know i would have gone for this.

people need to stop thinking of this as a tablet it just isn't .you can not take this anywhere with you its more pc than tablet

This is so yesterday darling.

royals

Ridiculous. A 21in tablet. Hp really have list the Plot



It's not really a tablet. It have to be plugged in to mains all the time so not really portable.

tubbyhubby

Well thats typical. I was going to buy the 21" white one then saw the … Well thats typical. I was going to buy the 21" white one then saw the Asus 18" with better spec and bought that last week. If only i had know i would have gone for this.



I will get your Asus which I missed last week and you can get this one

These are just great for the kitchen wall whilst cooking, well done HP what an excellent product. Also serves very well as a chess board etc when playing games with others.

royals

Ridiculous. A 21in tablet. Hp really have list the Plot



you're ridiculous... it's a desktop touchscreen that happens to run on android. durrrr!

jomppa

This has an excellent screen as with the last model (white one non Pro … This has an excellent screen as with the last model (white one non Pro version) - doesn't look as good overall as the white one, but I still think the overall usability is better but yep you still have to plug it in - Excellent as a stand up and browse PC or a kitchen PC.But will HP bring others out this year ?

A kitchen PC - wtf? You need to get out more

Hope it's got better net connections than just a RJ45. For your kitchen use etc. Doesnt say it has other options.

Will look good in the pub when you whip this baby out. Bound to impress the chicks. But the battery size might scare them.

I'll get my coat.

royals

Ridiculous. A 21in tablet. Hp really have list the Plot



Can you imagine the meeting at HP when someone suggested this? Did no one put their hand up and say "This is a very bad idea!"?

Clearly fails the shirt pocket test - unless people in HP have enormous shirt pockets.

In the market for a monitor for my laptop, tempted to get this instead, any flaws in this? thanks

erosennin

In the market for a monitor for my laptop, tempted to get this instead, … In the market for a monitor for my laptop, tempted to get this instead, any flaws in this? thanks



Just buy a nice monitor instead, surely?

Kitchen PC for £265?? Just get some cheap 22" TV for £80-£100 and one of those HDMI android dongles for £20-£30 with remote. It would be less annoying to use than touch screen when most of the time your hands gets wet or dirty while you're making food.

ashmac

people need to stop thinking of this as a tablet it just isn't .you can … people need to stop thinking of this as a tablet it just isn't .you can not take this anywhere with you its more pc than tablet

at last some one gets it thanks

The talk of kitchen PCs has inspired me to dust off my O2 Joggler and install XMBC on it!

6kg ...good lord

This is a good niche option, can see a lot being bought by companies for meeting rooms, receptions, etc. Would look nice if properly mounted in a kitchen for tv/music/internet

logohigh

6kg ...good lord


Does that really matter when it's clearly not supposed to be portable?

I was only joking about this a few weeks back.....

i guess its designed more as a keep fit item

fmushtaq

Just buy a nice monitor instead, surely?



And it would be cheaper. Although a programmable monitor is certainly valuable, e.g. using VNC/RDP and windowing/scalable.

logohigh

6kg ...good lord



My 32" TV only weighs slightly more !!

erosennin

In the market for a monitor for my laptop, tempted to get this instead, … In the market for a monitor for my laptop, tempted to get this instead, any flaws in this? thanks



Go buy a 32" Full HD TV with PC input.....it will cost much less !!

HP Slate 21 Pro All-in-One PC

Cant believe these same discussions are still going on. Blimey people, it isnt really a tablet in the traditional sense and is not for everybody. I had one for a bit before returning (the older white model) and in my opinion is a "light" PC in terms of what you can do on it. I used mine as a TV (via NetFlix and SkyGo) and it worked really well. To me, it was a TV that could do a little bit more when needed.

I'm kind of regretting sending it back now and might just get one. I'll be getting the older cheaper one if I do as the difference in spec doesnt justify the difference in price to me.

Bonus with this version is the hdmi works both ways so you can use as a touchscreen monitor if needed.

can you get some kind of app that would let me use my phone as a remote ?
so I could tap my phone and the result is displayed on this ?

Original Poster

Nuff Said

can you get some kind of app that would let me use my phone as a remote … can you get some kind of app that would let me use my phone as a remote ?so I could tap my phone and the result is displayed on this ?


Would splashtop work for your needs? It comes pre-installed.
Edited by: "cutthroat_jake" 17th Aug 2014

Original Poster

fmushtaq

Just buy a nice monitor instead, surely?


You're going to pay upwards of £200 for a 21" touchscreen monitor. This has a lot more versatility for a little bit more than that.

HDMI input makes this a much better device than the old HP Slate (think second gen added a HDMI input) because even if the android side becomes so outdated as to be unusable you can always plug in a computer.

Original Poster

This can be rooted, according to XDA, but no custom ROMs available. Shame. You never know though, these two deals might have meant that enough developers have bought it and may work on a custom ROM?
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