The laptop features a 1080p screen but cheaper version will also be available with lower quality display
The HP Slatebook 14 has recently been revealed in a new demo video which has been leaked and it clearly shows the Android-powered laptop with a 14″ 1080p touchscreen. However unlike the Slatebook X2, this one is not a hybrid and doesn’t offer a mix between a detachable tablet + keyboard dock. It will also only support the Android OS. Although we get to see the clear slim body of the laptop, the video gives away nothing about the specs.
Unlike the Slatebook X2, this one does not require a second battery behind the screen and this explains the slim and lightweight design. We are expecting it to be thinner than 20mm. The device is going to be positioned as an affordable one but at the same time nothing is going to be ‘cheap’ about it. From what we can make out of the video, the laptop’s body is made out of polycarbonate which indicates that it will probably be available in a bunch of different colors.
Though we don’t know the details as yet and they havent been revealed entirely but we do know that the laptop is going to have a 1080p screen which is pretty impressive and for those who would prefer having the cheaper version, they will have to settle in for the lower quality model. It will be powered by Tegra 4 with rumored 2GB RAM and 16GB storage which will be expandable via a microSD card slot.
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