HP had nothing much to show at this year's CES 2015. However, it's being reported that the PC giant is currently preparing to unveil a new 10-inch tablet device in the coming months. If the latest report is to be believed, HP has a new 10-inch tablet that's going to be sold in two variants: one loaded with Android, and the other one with Windows operating system.
Apparently, both slates will look and feel the same. So exactly the difference between the two would be negligible barring different operating systems (OS). Notebook Italia reportedly has got some details about the upcoming HP Slate Pro 10 and HP Pro Tablet 10.
Reportedly, both tablets feature a 10-inch display size, Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core Bay Trail processors, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC.
The good thing about HP's new slates is the inclusion of a working stylus, allowing users to write or draw on the screen. However, don't expect a digitizer for pressure-sensitive input.
At the same time, HP is expected to launch different variants of the tablets and some cheaper tablets of Windows 8.1 will come without stylus, while the premium range will come with stylus. Notably, HP will sell tablet models that support 3G mostly in Europe.
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