World renowned PC maker Hewlett Packard popularly known as HP has recently planned to try its hand and join the race of introducing high-end SlateBook 10 x 2 Android tablets after its recent successful launch of more budget oriented Slate 7 Android tablet at MWC (Mobile World Congress), 2013. This new tablet device is believed to give tough competition to Asus Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle tablet range.
It is reported by Tab Tech, the German website that HP who has recently ventured into Android territory has failed to create a dominant authority in the US market with its devices. In view of these, HP is currently working dynamically on its own 10- inch quad-core powered tablet (HP SlateBook 10 x 2 Android tablet) to prove its potential in manufacturing tablet devices.
HP high-end SlateBook 10 x 2 Android tablets is reported to run on the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system coupled with other specifications like 10 inch display screen and quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. Thanks to the benchmark listing that is provided by AnTuTu website.
The new Android device of HP is also expected to hit the tablet market with unparalleled hardware quality. According to the latest rumours of the web, HP’10 inch tablet will have a keyboard dock quite similar to Windows-8 powered ENVY X2. However, it is still in air whether the upcoming tablet will support Google Android OS or Windows 8.
Though the official announcement of HP high-end SlateBook 10 x 2 Android tablets is not yet declared, it is expected that this latest tablet device may arrive sometimes later this year.
Of course, if you are longing to have a more closer look of HP high-end SlateBook 10 x 2 Android tablet, you need to keep a track of all the latest updates that is posted on the web.