HP has unveiled four new Android tablets today. The new models are all Slate branded and range in size from 7-inches to 10-inches. The specs have yet to be fully detailed, however HP has said two of them will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor and two of them will have 4G cellular connectivity. With that in mind, all four of these tablets are expected to arrive in November.
Google's Chrome OS and powered by Intel's latest fourth generation "Haswell" Core processors. This time, ASUS and Toshiba are joining the fray of companies touting Chrome OS devices which now totals six manufacturers.
unannounced HP device sporting a codename of Bodhi. That device was spotted in a benchmark filing report and while there were some details revealed, there was one lingering question as to whether this device was a tablet or smartphone. Well, HP has yet to confirm this either way, however an updated benchmark filing now has this same Bodhi device listed with another name.
HP isn't a name that one would immediately associate with Android and yet the company has managed to release two Android tablets this year already. And it seems that HP has another Android device in its pipeline, although we're not really sure if it's a phone, a tablet, or a phablet.
HP's SlateBook x2 has appeared early in the company's US sales website. The SlateBook x2 is HP's entry into the Android convertible market that is currently dominated by ASUS.
HP has done just that with the Slate 7 tablet. This price drop is for the 8GB and 16GB model, which are now priced at $139.99 and $169.99 respectively.