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HP unveils four computers Tablets Android system

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HP announced today four new Tablet PCs different measurements and specifications, measurements ranging from 7 inches to 10 inches. The company pointed out that two of the new computers are working with the latest processor from NVIDIA Tegra 4, and two of them supports the fourth-generation networks.

 HP Slate 7 Extreme

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Works by NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor and supports audio technology PureAudio with audio speakers on the front, and a special place for a pen, and has a 7-inch screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels with 5 megapixel Rear Camera.

 HP Slate 8 Pro

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Works by NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor as well, and have a screen measuring 7.98 inches and resolution of 1600 × 1200 pixels with rear camera accurately 8-megapixel and front accurately 2-megapixel ,the computer comes with some applications, such as Kingston Office and HP File Manager and HPePrint and HP Connected Photo, and has a microHDMI port and a port for memory cards microSD type.

HP Slate 7 HD & HP Slate 10 HD 

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Specifications are similar, with a screen resolution of each 1280 × 800 pixels, with a port for external memory card type microSD and the presence of 2 cameras front and rear in each of them unknown accuracy yet, and supports both models system Beats Audio sound, as well as support networks fourth generation

 

As indicated by the company, all these tablets will reach the United States  in November next year, the company did not specify the price of these computers so far.

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