HP To Launch First Android Powered Laptop

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HP is about to launch the world's first fully Android powered laptop, the Slatebook 14. A video revealing the laptop appeared very briefly on HP's website before it was taken down, but was said to be spotted by Notebook Italia. The video showed a laptop with a black and yellow design running Android 4.2 Jelly bean, with 1920x1,080 pixel resolution, it is powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra processor and has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inbuilt storage.

The Slatebook 14 was also said to have Beats Audio. Connectivity option will includes three USB ports, an HDMI video output, Bluetooth, WiFi 802.1 b/g/n and a SIM card slot for HP's contract-free 3G Data Pass service. The video showed the Slatebook 14 will have full access to the Google Play, which will enable users to be able to download all their favourite apps. Compare to a Chromebook which uses Google's Chrome internet browser as its main operating system rather than Android, this is a huge trump card as Chromebooks only have the underwhelming Chrome Web Store available to download additional apps and extensions.

With the Google Play Store at its disposal, the HP Slatebook 14 could finally be a worthy rival to Google's Chromebooks, provided the price is right. There's been no word on an official release date or pricing yet.
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