HP unveils SlateBook x2 convertible Android tablet running on Tegra 4
| by Shunal Doke |
Devices running on Nvidia’s new mobile chip – the Tegra 4 – are finally beginning to pop up. HP has unveiled the SlateBook x2, the first detachable Android tablet running on a Tegra 4 chip. The tablet is set to hit stores in August and will be priced at $479, which roughly translates to Rs 26,285. Judging by the pricing, HP seems to be going after Apple’s tablet-ruling crown.
The SlateBook x2 has been priced very competitively (image credit: Laptop Mag)
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