All we know until now is that we can get Windows laptops and Chrome OS laptops (recently) from HP. But just yesterday (June 1,2014), HP unveiled its new device, called the SlateBook which is an Android powered laptop. Cool? Well, there are more cool features to it than just the Android OS. Keep reading to know.
The HP SlateBook PC comes with Full 1080p HD touchscreen with 14-inch display and there is also full-sized keyboad and a mousepad (trackpad) to give it a conventional laptop kind of use. The battery life stands upto 9 hours. It has an NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor, with 64GB storage, 2GB RAM and the operating system is the Android 4.3 JellyBean OS.
The SlateBook PC which measures 16mm in thickness and weighs 3.7 pounds includes quad BeatsAudio speakers and a front-faced webcam with integrated digital microphone. It is expected to be available in the US on July 20th and will be out in the other regions by August.
To know more about the HP SlateBook PC and its full specifications, read: HP SlateBook
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