HP SlateBook x2: the first tablet based on NVIDIA Tegra 4




HP SlateBook x2: the first tablet based on NVIDIA Tegra 4


Despite the fact that the SoC NVIDIA Tegra 4 was represented by another in the course of CES 2013 , is still based on its base plates have been announced (if we disregard the NVIDIA device Shield ). The U.S. company HP has decided to fill this gap and has officially announced a tablet computer SlateBook x2.


In the configuration of the NVIDIA Tegra 4 includes 72 graphic core GeForce, four processor core ARM Cortex-A15 (1,8 GHz) and an additional fifth companion core of the second generation, called Battery Saver Core. HP tablet has a touch screen type IPS diagonal of 10.1 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. A density of 224 pixels per inch, and the rate of brightness – 400 cd/m2.

The RAM is 2 GB, and the built-in flash memory – 32 or 64 GB. Expand the non-volatile memory, you can use the slot microSD (card support up to 64 GB). It is worth noting the presence of the back and front cameras. Stereo audio is provided with support for DTS +.

The tablet HP SlateBook x2 executed in the case of polycarbonate. Works SlateBook x2 running Android 4.2.2. As with most Wintel-plates, SlateBook x2 manned docking station with built-in keyboard and a touch-sensitive surface. The docking station has an additional battery, video output HDMI, USB 2.0 port and a slot for card format SD.

According to the manufacturer, the battery life of the tablet HP SlateBook x2 up to 14 hours (most likely connected with the docking station).

In selling the tablet HP SlateBook x2 will be available in August of this year, the cost starts at $ 480.
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