HP Slatebook 14, a 14-inch Android laptop with Full HD display, quad-core processor coming soon, video tour leaked
HP is soon going to launch a full blow laptop based on Android with a touch screen and that is going to be one of the most revolutionary devices that we have seen for a while. The closest we ever got to see this becoming a reality was the Transformer range from Asus. But looks like HP plans on taking things to the next level with the launch of the Slatebook 14 which will be a full blown laptop with Android inside rather than Windows or Linux.
A video tour of the Slatebook 14 has revealed a lot of details about the upcoming device along with images. It will come with a 14-inch Full HD touch screen display and will have an internal storage of 16GB available for expansion via a microSD card slot. The company will also launch a cheaper variant of the Slatebook with HD display.
There will be an HDMI port, 3x USB 2.0 ports, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for connectivity. A complete keyboard which will be redesigned a bit to go with the Android look will be present as well. Inside it will be a quad-core Tegra 4 or Tegra K1 processor which will team up with a 2GB RAM. It will run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and will get the popular Beats audio system that conventional HP laptops get.
It will be easy on the pocket and will be built on a polycarbonate chasis. The Computex event is around the corner and the laptop based on Android is expected to make a debut then.