June 28, 2014
HP believes that Android can fit into traditional computers and has introduced the Slatebook PC. The Slatebook PC has a 14-inch screen with 1080p resolution, and inside we find specifications that seem to want to show that Android makes sense in traditional environments.
The processor is a Tegra 4 with 2GB of RAM and up to 64GB of internal storage. The thickness of the equipment is 16 mm and its weight is 1 kilo 600 grams. The team also integrates Beats Audio technology in its speakers.
The funny thing is that this computer should theoretically be based on Chrome OS but those responsible for the signature seem to trust Android as a valid alternative for certain users.
The HP Slatebook PC is now available in the United States for about $ 400, a price that rivals other low-cost Windows notebooks and Chrome OS-based Chromebooks as well.
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