HP has just pulled the curtains on a trio of Android, coming in three different sizes.
HP Pro Slate 12
The centerpiece of the announcement is the Android duo, the Pro Slate 12 and Pro Slate 8, slates in the truest of senses. The larger 12.3-inch model actually has a lower resolution at 1600x1200 pixels, resulting in a rather mediocre by today's standards 163ppi.
The Pro Slate 8 offers a much better 324ppi on its 7.9-inch 1536x2048 pixel screen.
Both tablets boot Android KitKat and are be powered by the Snapdragon 800 chipset, accompanied by 2GB of RAM. What's more intriguing is HP's Duet Pen which will be a part of the Slates package. The innovative stylus implementation allows the user to draw on any surface, with the result automatically transferred to the tablet.
A more traditional stylus experience is offered by the Pro Slate 10 EE. It is equipped with an Intel Atom 1.33GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and a 10.1-inch 1280x800 pixel screen.Via
Stylish look and Excellent features...
Well current tablet sizes aren't very practical for serious graphic artists like photographers. Even a 12 inch tablet is kind of small for serious photographic post processing. I agree that a 12" tablet is oxymoronic, but graphic artists a...
Came on man! Why not go directly to 15" or 17" ? Every one knows that will be the trend in a few years !