HP Slatebook 10 x2 To Launch In August Touting NVIDIA Tegra 4

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HP’s follow-up to its mediocre SlateBook is looking impressive, setting itself apart from other Android tablets by offering some high-end specs and a stylish design. HP’s second device to enter the Android space comes touting a keyboard dock, pitting it against the like of ASUS’ Transformer line of Android Tablets.

The HP SlateBook x2 utilizes the powerful Tegra 4 processor from NVIDIA, clocked at 1.8GHz. The tablet also includes an Intel HD Graphics 4000 chip, 16GB of internal storage and 2GB of RAM. The 10.1 inch WUXGA anti-glare touchscreen rocks a resolution of 1920 x 1200, providing crisp and vivid images. The device has a microSD slot for memory expansion, and a multi-format digital media card reader. The tablet battery holds enough juice for 10 hours of use, with the keyboard dock providing and extra 8 hours of battery life when connected to the tablet. The device runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and also rocks a HDMI out, dual camera and DTS sound technology.

The SlateBook  x2 is set to go on sale in August for a price of $479, placing it in the higher end of the Android tablet market.

Will you be purchasing a Slatebook 10 x2?

[Via: HP]

  • Vanquish96

    “The HP SlateBook x2 utilizes the powerful Tegra 4 processor from NVIDIA, clocked at 1.8GHz. The tablet also includes an Intel HD Graphics 4000 chip”
    What?

    • Allan

      lol same I was like WTF?

      They must have been thinking of the Transformer Book Trio instead…

      • deppman

        Allen, how do you like the tablet? I was thinking of getting one.

        • Allan

          What do you mean? I have an iPad mini :P

          • deppman

            Oh, sorry about that. I thought you meant you already had the x2. My bad.

          • Allan

            The Slate X2 would be a nice upgrade from my ipad though…

  • Anfronie

    pretty sure it doesnt have intel graphics…HP updated the spec sheet recently to reflect that it uses the Tegra 4 which makes more sense

    • Zeblade

      No doubt about it.. it does have Intel hd 4000

      • Anfronie

        How much would you like to wager?

  • Zeblade

    Lol how sad is it when you can get HP saying yes it has HD 4000 then the other saying the only chip it has is the quad Tegra 4. HAHA

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