Tablet with Windows 7

Tablet with Windows 7

The HP Slate 2 tablet is designed to equip professionals in companies and institutions in such industries as education, health care, government and retail, where users often work away from traditional desks.

HP Slate 2 has a fully functional Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and weighs just 0.68 kg. Allows users to flexibly create, edit and view content on a single, portable and lightweight device.

The HP Slate 2 tablet has a 22.6 cm (8.9 inches) multitouch screen that lets you enter information through a touch or stylus. It also features a Swype keyboard, which expands the touch functions to allow convenient and efficient data entry with continuous finger movement or stylus on the onscreen keyboard.

The new HP product has an Intel Atom Z670 processor with mSATA SSM technology that speeds up startup and extends battery life by up to six hours.

Available wireless: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and optional 3G Mobile Broadband

A webcam and a 3 megapixel digital camera on the back, which can take pictures and record videos, are on the front. SRS Premium Sound technology provides optimum sound settings for voice and multimedia applications. The built-in SD card slot gives you greater storage and file sharing capabilities. The HP Slate Dock docking station connects to your device via two USB 2.0 ports and an HDMI port.

An optional HP Slate Bluetooth Keyboard keyboard and case will be available with the tablet.

Second edition of the “cheapest tablet of the world”, ready to be launched

The Indian company Datawind, responsible for the world’s cheapest tablet, claims that the second generation of highly successful devices is almost ready for launch.

It is unofficially mentioned that Aakash-II could hit stores early in July, and Sunit Singh Tuli, president of Datawind, believes the improved technical specifications of the device will be approved by the government.

The new tablet model features even more options and improved speed. Unlike other tablets, Aakash-II allows you to create computer programs in languages ​​such as Python, C, C ++ and Scilab.

Datawind also hopes that Aakash-II will help counter the bad impression of the first tablet model, which, although offered at low prices, soon after the premiere triggered a wave of criticism, and buyers complained about poor performance, less than satisfactory battery life and Other disadvantages.