Since the digital revolution, laptops, tablets, and smartphones have soared in popularity. You’d be hard pressed to find a middle-class home that didn’t have at least one kind of computer somewhere inside. Many people treat the choice of digital device very casually deciding which color they like or which one will play their games the best. In the business world, however, computer choices are often more critical. Because of the wide variety of software that could be used, the company needs to make sure that the right computers are being purchased. In general, however, the greater versatility a computer can offer, the more likely it is that a company will want it. That was the theory behind StudioRed’s development of Hewlett Packard’s PC 2001.
Everything in One
There are many advantages and disadvantages for laptops, desktops, and tablets. Laptops are versatile, but they are more cumbersome than a tablet and often not as powerful as a desktop. Desktops usually have the most power and speed, but they are very difficult to transport. Tablets are extremely portable, but typing on them can be time consuming and frustrating. StudioRed considered all of this when developing the PC 2001. It takes all of these computer designs and puts them into one sleek package.
Making it All Work Together
In its standard form, the computer looks just like any other desktop albeit with a very sleek and streamlined design. The screen is mounted, but when it’s detached from the mount, a keyboard folds out from behind it, and it can become a laptop. That alone is incredible, but it gets even better. The screen of the laptop is then able to swivel and fold, so that the device becomes a tablet. This gives the company a lot more options. You’ve got the stability of a desktop, the usability of a laptop, and the portability of a tablet. It’s the best of three different worlds!