HP launched its first PC Tablet called Slate 500, based on Windows 7.
Hewlett-Packard, the biggest computer manufacturer in the world, had launched its first PC tablet, Slate 500, at a price of $799 and based on Microsoft Windows 7, for the corporate sector.
The device produced by HP is based on the same version of Windows 7 used by many companies on their standard PCs.
Slate 500 has a higher price than the products of other companies such as iPad, Apple, which kicked off the frenzy Tablet PC earlier this year.
HP comes with a multi-touch screen of 8.9 inches, a digital pen and has a storage capacity of 64 GB of data. The battery has a range of five hours.
The device is not equipped with a cellular connection to high speed like iPad, Galaxy Tab, the Samsung, and Streak.
Slate 500 is equipped with an Atom processor from Intel, found mainly on cheap netbooks. Tablet PC has camera, allowing its use in video conferencing.
HP plans to launch a new PC tablet next year, more oriented towards media, which will look very different from Slate.
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