HP Slate 2 Tablet PC Announced


Those who thought that HP would be left behind in the competition for the tablet market, the company now introduces the new HP Slate 2 Tablet PC. It’s previous version Slate 500 was a good success that inspired HP to create it’s new series with much more enhanced features. HP announced a few days ago that it will be soon launching this tablet in market.

HP Slate 2 Tablet PC

This is a Windows based tablet PC. Some of it’s features are as follows:

  • 8.9 inch LCD N-tring multitouch screen
  • Resolution of 1024×600
  • 1.5 Ghz processor with Intel Oak Trail Z670
  • 2 Gb Ram
  • Windows 7 Professional
  • 64 GB SATA SSD Drive

HP Slate 2 Tablet PC

  • SWYPE keyboard applet is pre-installed
  • Bluetooth Stylus pen
  • Wi-Fi enabled with USB 2.0 and card slot
  • 3 MP rear camera and VGA front camera.

Price: starting at $699

This tablet is designed for business purpose as it’s a Windows based tablet. Time will surely tell whether the HP Slate 2 Tablet PC would be a delight for users or a destruction for HP.

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8 Responses to HP Slate 2 Tablet PC Announced

  1. Amit Bhardwaj says:

    I like it yr…… this is fabulaous………

  2. Aman Arora says:

    specs are really good, don’t know about the performace

  3. Slate 2 tablet!! nice one but i think it is slightly expensive keeping in mind so many other brands and model available in the market.

  4. Charles says:

    Yeah will have to agree with the other commenter about the price point. Seems a bit steep. Although I do understand gearing towards the business side of things as well. Only time will tell to see how it sells and is marketed.

  5. rahul says:

    Do you think its worth buying, after the release of hp touchpad which went horribly wrong for them?

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