We have seen Slate branded devices from HP and we have seen all-in-one desktop computer style devices from HP. As of today however, it looks like the company has merged the two lines with a uniquely sized system running Android.
We're taking an in-depth look at the HP Slate 7, the company's first foray into the world of Android. If I still had my HP TouchPad running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean instead of the awful WebOS, I'd surely compare these two devices.
The folks from HP have been trying to break into the Android tablet game lately. First with their not so impressive Slate 7 tablet, and now with their Slatebook x2. HP's new Slatebook x2 has a pretty good shot at reaching the
Last week HP announced their second Android tablet, the Slatebook x2, with a full 10-inch display and some serious power under the hood with NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 4. While it won't be available til August, today we're getting
The folks from ASUS might have revolutionized the way we use and enjoy tablets, mainly Android tablets, but today HP is the first to offer it with NVIDIA's brand new and impressive quad-core Tegra 4 mobile processor. Just like
With just a few days to spare in April, HP has officially launched the Slate 7 tablet for those in the US market. Given HP had been pretty forthcoming in terms of details, this launch comes with little in terms of surprise.
The US release of the HP Slate 7 tablet is sill noted as being sometime in April. While we wait for that availability announcement to arrive, it looks like HP has since offered a release date for those in the UK. And nicely done,
HP officially announced the Slate 7 tablet back in late February and at the time they were pretty forthcoming in terms of price and specs. The release details were not quite as complete, however HP did say the tablet would be
HP announced the Slate 7 tablet back in February. They were pretty forthcoming in terms of details at the time and offered everything from specs to pricing and even a rough idea of when the tablet will begin shipping. For those
Today we've just learned a lot about HP's upcoming plans. They've completely ditched WebOS on all fronts and look to be headed down the green street we call Android. This weekend they announced their first Android-powered device,