You’ve got an Android phone, an Android tablet, and maybe even an Android laptop, but be honest with yourself: your affection for Google’s mobile operating system knows no bounds, and you won’t rest until it’s powering literally every computer you own. If this description fits you, HP’s newly announced Slate 21 is for you. It’s a 21.5-inch, 1920×1080 kickstand-toting all-in-one equipped with Nvidia’s Tegra 4 SoC and running Android 4.2.2. We don’t know much more about the all-in-one, which was announced this morning at an HP event in Beijing, but according to Engadget’s translated version of the press release, it also includes an HD webcam, integrated speakers, and HP’s Wireless Direct printing tech. We don’t know anything about pricing, availability, or whether the desktop will even come to the US, but CNET reports that it will be rolled out to multiple countries eventually.