HP rocked the industry with its unexpected entry in the Android arena marked by the introduction of its budget oriented Slate 7 two months ago. There was just one issue with that tablet, it was simply not designed deemed as ‘high end’ given its lowly resolution and fairly average specifications. It now appear that HP is willing to step foot into the big game with their new behemoth; the HP SlateBook 10 x2!
This 10-inch tablet is said to be the first Tegra-powered device from HP device, it will reportedly pack a Tegra 4 SoC clocking at 1.8GHz while having Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out the box, not much is known except the device name itself spotted on Antutu Benchmark, the tablet will very likely sport a 1080p given the SoC it uses. ‘X2’ suggests that it could dual-boot Android as well as Windows 8. Only time will time but we expect big!