Hewlett- Packard (HP), one among the biggest PC makers, is currently working on a 10-inch Quad -Core powered tablet. The manufacturer has recently announced a 7-inch low-end tablet in the International market. HP hasn't tasted success with the 'connected devices 'so far, as it failed many a times to create a dominant authority in the US market. The Palo Alto, California based tech giant recently sold its WebOS division to South Korean giant - LG electronics.
The latter company plans to use WebOS to power up its Smart TVs. German site Tab Tech reports the PC maker is working hard on a 10-inch tablet device currently known by the name - HP SlateBook 10 X2. The beast will be powered by a 1.8-GHz Quad-Core Nvidia Tegra 4 processor. Further the report further says that the tablet will arrive with Android 4.2.2 out of the box. The device specifications were recently revealed because of AnTuTu benchmark website. It is still unknown whether the tablet will support Windows 8 or Google Android OS.
Earlier this year, Nvidia revealed Tegra 4, the next iteration to popular Tegra 3 mobile processor. It uses 28 nanometer manufacturing process. It is said that the high-end mobile processor will be optimized for display with resolutions up to 2,560 x 1600 pixels. Some reports also mention that the cool processor could support 4K technology.
Recently , HP ventured into Android territory with the Slate 7 , an alluring tablet device that is aimed to compete with Amazon Kindle tablet range and the Asus Nexus 7 primarily. The device was announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013. HP has already announced the pricing as well as the retail availability of the tablet in the US and U.K markets.