Hewlett and Packard (HP), one of the leading technology giants has finally unveiled three of their upcoming Android devices. The trio comes in various sizes and perks.
The first two of the trio tablets display 12.3-inch and 7.9-inch screens, with names Pro Slate12 and Pro Slate8 respectively. Pro Slate12 bears 1600×1200 pixels resolution with 163ppi density. This is rather an ordinary screen we’re talking about. On the other hand, the 8-inch variant gives off a much more promising HD screen resolution with its 324ppi density and 1536×2048 pixels resolution. As seen in the pictures, the two slates are identical-looking despite their size difference.
Powering the two slates are Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801 chipset, clocking in 2.3GHz processor working hand-in-hand in Android Kitkat interface, running in 2GB RAM. Surprisingly, the duo will both have 8MP rear and 2MP snappers. Much cooler still is the revolutionary stylus Duet Pen (a product also of Qualcomm) that comes with these two slates. The pen lets the handler to write or draw on any surface and automatically transfers the data on the slate. The duo is now available in the US markets having the prices of $449 (for Slate8) and $569 (for Slate12).
The third member of the trio, Pro Slate10 EE sports a 10.1-inch screen with 1280×800 pixels resolution. Intel’s 1.33GHz Atom processor empowers the tablet that runs with 1GB RAM. Pro Slate 10 EE also comes with a stylus pen, albeit it’s more of a traditional stylus than the revolutionary counterparts Pro Slate12 and 8. Slate 10 is expected to be available starting at $279.