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Friday, May 18, 2012

HP Slate 8 - a new tablet with Winows 8

                      HP will surely return to the tablet segment.  After assurances in Shanghai Stacy Wolff, another important persona in the hierarchy of the American giant has revealed his hopes for this type of devices.

                          Meg Whitman, president of HP executive, has revealed that her company does not intend to indulge in grief after losing touchpad and return to       market Internet Tablet. As stated, the cause ofchange in attitude is "a huge increase in popularity of thesedevices," and desire for yourself uszczknięcia the money pie. Rather than wade in the fight against iPad, HP intends to try his hand at the business segment of tablets running Windows 8.

                         Whitman did not specify what HP will want to conquer the market.Yet we know what to expect. Some time ago, the networkpresents graphic leaked HP Slate 8, the first tablet with Windows8 Pro that manufacturer. The unit most likely will be launched in November, and its specification will include advanced business functions and security features, 10.1-inch capacitive touch screenand rechargeable battery allows for 8-10 hours. The new tabletwill measure 9.2 mm thick and weighed 680 g.

                          Interestingly, the image suggests that the HP Slate 8 will be sold with a docking station with a physical computer keyboard and the display allow for comfortable use on the outside (could PixelQi?).How much truth about the new tablet, we'll see in a few months.

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