HP Enters Tablet Market Again With Slate 2: Windows 7 And A Stylus

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HP’s Slate 2 is the sequel to its Slate 500. After HP’s troubles with the TouchPad, you’ll think they wouldn’t take another attempt at the tablet market. The Slate 2 is like its predecessor in display. With an 8.9inch bezel and a 1204 x 600-resolution, Slate 2 runs on Intel’s Atom Oak Trail Z670 processor and a faster 64GB mSATA drive with a Swype keyboard. It includes a stylus for writing and runs on Windows 7 like the Slate 500. HP has added a few new extensions to its exterior: there’s a Bluetooth keyboard dock and a flat black cover. HP Claims 6 hours of battery life, compared to two hours on the Slate 500. The Slate 2 will abe available later this month starting at $699.

Checkout the pictures of the Slate 2 below[click images to enlarge]

So what do you guys think? Can HP turn its tablet woes around? Is this a hit or miss? Please leave a comment.

Source: The Verge


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