HP Slate Tablet Gets Teased

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 12:53am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:43pm CDT, in News | CES

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Microsoft showed off the HP Slate Tablet at their CES 2010 Keynote. The HP Slate is supposed to be released in 2010 and runs Windows 7. It looks nice and is aimed to be used as eBook, movie player and portable computer.
No specifications about the HP Slate have been released. As of now the HP Slate looks like a smaller version of the first Tablet Computers Microsoft pushed out years ago.

The HP Slate runs Windows 7 and supports multi-touch, which are the only real differences to the previous Tablet Computers. I have the feeling Microsoft is still waiting what Apple is going to do before finalizing the Slate. That is why they did not show too much of the user interface and services offered.
More details about the HP Slate get revealed in a new video from HP.

My eyes are also still on Apple to reveal a new Tablet based device experience.

HP released a short teaser video of the HP Slate that you can watch below (Via Gizmodo).

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