An HP executive told the press that the company is working on a smartphone that will bring a new experience to users, when it eventually launches.
Recently we’ve seen several attempts to bring Android to the traditional PC world. Now enters the HP Slate 21 AIO, which has us wondering: is the Slate 21 the beginning of a new breed of Android device?
HP expands its Android tablet lineup with a 21-inch all-in-one device called the Slate 21, powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 SoC.
The HP Slate 7 has finally arrived at a very attractive and affordable price point. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
HP has just announced its latest tablet in its recent Android foray, the HP SlateBook x2, complete with the Tegra 4 chip. Read on for the full details!
Earlier today, AnTuTu benchmarks revealed the HP Slate 21. Now yet another benchmark has shown up, this time for the Tegra 4-powered HP SlateBook 10. Could HP be preparing to push into the higher-end Android market in the near future?
A new AnTuTu benchmark score has shown up for the HP Slate 21 AIO, running on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean and powered by a 1.8GHz Tegra 4 processor. Can HP find success with an Android all-in-one device?
Previously it was believed that the HP Slate 7 wouldn’t arrive in April, and instead would arrive sometime in June. The good news is that the Slate 7 isn’t delayed after all, available now for just $170.
The HP Slate 7, the company’s first Android tablet, will be launched in the UK on May 1 for £129.
Delayed in the US from April to June, the HP Slate 7 is now available for pre-order on a French retailer’s website. Unfortunately, Europe won’t be getting earlier, either.