[CES 2014] The folks over at HP have just lifted the curtains on their latest commercial All-in-One machine, which is the HP ProOne 400AiO. This particular All-in-One machine will look like a really large tablet, with a kickstand located at the back which allows it to remain standing upright so that you will be able to get all of your work done in a jiffy and in comfort to boot. Just what kind of features can we expect from the HP ProOne 400AiO?

For starters, it will come with a rich video and audio conferencing experience, thanks to the built-in webcam alongside a microphone and DTS Sound+ audio software. Depending on your work needs, you will be able to select from the latest 4th generation Intel Core processors, but do take note that playing games with this puppy is not a good idea because it sports just Intel HD graphics underneath the hood. Apart from that, there is also a DisplayPort with Multi-Stream support that allows it to handle a couple of external monitors without missing a beat – clearly enough to help increase productivity, while USB 3.0 ports are located at the side for additional connectivity options.

The 19.5″ HP ProOne 400AiO will not feature a touchscreen display, so take note, but it will hit the US later this February 3rd from $649 onward. As for the HP ProOne 400AiO 21.5″ model, that will come with a touchscreen display when March 31st rolls around for $799 a pop.

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