ProOne 400 All-in-One (AiO): This all-in-one PC is a 19.5-inch PC that starts at $749. The device, available Feb. 3, is tailored for video and audio conferencing and runs that latest Intel Core processors. A 21.5-inch version will be available March 31 for $799.
HP 205 AiO. Another all-in-one that runs on AMD processors and starts at $449. The display is 18.5 inches.
HP 200 MicroTower uses Intel Pentium or Celeron Processors, Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 and has a design with easy port access starting at $349.
HP Pro x2 410 is a commercial notebook with a detachable screen so it can be used as a laptop or tablet for $899. The screen is 11.6 inches and there's a full-size keyboard.
The HP 350 G1 is a business notebook that'll run on a variety of Intel processors.
Get the picture? This isn't just a single PC or a line of PCs, it's a full collection of business PCs. HP is in dead earnest: The company sees Android as a mainstream desktop operating system.
To deal with the Windows legacy software problem, HP proposes that workers can use Citrix Receiver for Windows application support. Receiver is a remote desktop program that's long been used to deliver Linux, Unix, and Windows apps to pretty much any mobile or desktop operating system.
Lenovo is taking a different slant. The number one computer company in the world's Lenovo N308 is an AiO desktop for home users. It's powered by a Nivdia Tegra Quad processor, uses Android 4.2, has a 500 GB of storage, a Webcam, keyboard, mouse, an integrated battery with 3 hours of life, and a 19.5" display. Curiously, you can lay it down flat to use it as an enormous tablet.
Unlike HP, which the enterprise clearly in its sights, Lenovo's N308 is targeting users who already love Android for browsing, games, and entertainment.