HP looks to have another new Android device in the pipeline, this time with a 14-inch display and a keyboard. Not content with phones, tablets and even Chromebooks, HP seems to have an Android powered laptop they're calling the Slatebook PC hiding away. The info was pulled up by the folks at Notebook Italia via a hidden video – embedded below – from the HP website.
It seems we're looking at a full HD touchscreen display on the Slatebook in what looks like a regular looking laptop with a healthy splash of added color. Underneath the Slatebook holds a quad-core NVIDIA CPU, 2GB of RAM and Beats Audio much like many other HP laptops. It also looks from the video as though a SIM card slot is present, suggesting a cellular connected Slatebook is on the cards, too.
There's no indication of the when, where or how much at this point, but the video is pretty official looking so perhaps it's not too long before we'll see it unveiled to the world. Give it a look and see what you think (Sorry, doesn't look like it shows in the Android Central app. Damn HP)
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