HP is going to release a new Android tablet called the HP Slate Pro 10 EE G1. The new device is a 10.1 inch Intel powered tablet with a quad-core Bay Trail based Atom processor. It comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The tablet earned the “Pro” moniker because HP has included a stylus. HP will ship several different variations of the HP Slate Pro 10 EE G1 including a 3G enabled version. As you would expect the tablet also includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC.
HP also plans to release a Windows variant of the HP Slate Pro 10 EE G1 called the HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1. The cheapest Android model will start at 345 Euros, while the cheapest Windows 8.1 variant, which doesn’t include the stylus, costs 354 Euros.
At the time of writing a quick search on Google for either “HP Slate Pro 10 EE G1” or “HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1” reveals that at some point HP has published product definition pages about these devices, but if you click on the links it seems that HP has subsequently removed the them.