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HP introduces its 8.9-inch HP Slate 2 Business Tablet and its new 11.6-inch HP 3115m Business notebook
Today, HP introduced its 8.9-inch HP Slate 2 business tablet and its new 11.6-inch HP 3115m business notebook.
The announced HP Slate 2 Tablet PC comes with expanded touch capabilities, enhanced multitasking performance and embedded security.
The HP Slate 2 has an 8.9-inch capacitive multi touch display, which supports touch and pen input plus a new Swype keyboard. It is powered by 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor (only 32-bit Windows 7 OS support), a small SSD (mSATA SSM) for faster boot times, and longer battery life – up to six hours (depends on use).
12 hours ago TheInquirer posted a video, putting HP Touchpad against Apple iPad 2.
WebOS vs. iOS, Black vs. White, Plastic vs. Aluminum, Thin vs. Thinner, Light vs. Lighter, Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8X60/APQ8060 (Dual Core) vs. A5 ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore (Dual Core), 1.2GHz vs. 1Ghz, 9.7-inch vs. 9.7-inch, Adobe Flash vs. no Flash, Apps vs. more Apps and the same price for similar configurations.
HP will launch its WebOS 32GB TouchPad 4G tablet on AT&T in the U.S., in time for back to school.
The TouchPad 4G is with a faster 1.5-GHz CPU, 32 GB of storage space, integrated GPS and AT&T wireless mobile broadband capabilities. The connected version of HP’s first webOS tablet lets users browse the web, check e-mails and get more done in more places – not just Wi-Fi hotspots.
Yesterday HP Announced TouchPad availability for U.S. (on July 1, 2011), Europe and Canada. The Wi-Fi version of first HP webOS tablet is also coming to Asia Pacific later this year.
HP’s first webOS tablet will be available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and Germany a few days later. Availability scheduled in Canada for mid-July to follow later this year in Italy and Spain, as well as in Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Singapore.