Tablet HP Slate 2

Tablet HP Slate 2


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Size (inches)
Bluetooth 4.0 + HS


February 15, 2015 4:54:52 AM
HP updates the Slate 500 and names it Slate 2 HP has just released an update for their Windows 7 based slate tablet.  The newer Slate 2 has a faster Atom processor at 1.5 GHz, Swype input support and 32GB SSD to start.  They also changed the backing of their Slate 2 to be flat instead of the diamond style they had in the previous model.  Still no...
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HP Slate 2 Tablet PC Review
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HP Slate 7-inch Android Tablet Beats Special Edition Review - 7-4501
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