HP Slatebook now official, 14-inch Tegra-powered Android laptop

HP Slatebook now official, 14-inch Tegra-powered Android laptop

After its brief appearance on HP’s official website back in April, the company has now formally unveiled the HP Slatebook – a 14-inch laptop which runs on Android Jelly Bean and is powered by NVidia Tegra 4 processor with 2GB RAM and up to 64GB of on-board storage.

HP Slatebook


HP Slatebook specs:
14-inch Full-HD display, 1920×1200 @157ppi
1.9GHz NVidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor
NVidia GeForce GPU
Expandable 16/32/64GB internal memory
HP TrueVision HD front-facing camera
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Miracast support
2x USB 2.0 + 1x USB 3.0
HDMI 1.4
4x Beats speakers
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

The new HP Slatebook is slated to go on sale in US starting on the 20th of July and the base configuration will set you back USD399 a pop.

This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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11 Responses

  1. ku-mag says:

    Boloks na naman. Dapat sa nakaisip nito sibakin eh. Ok ap kung Chrome OS nilagay pero Android?

    • archie says:

      Marami nang chromebooks na nakaChrome OS. Sinusubukan lang siguro nila kung may market sa ganitong android-driven laptops.

    • epiquestions says:

      Most Chrome OS’ functionality require you to be online and have good internet connection. Android have more apps than chromebook, which can be used offline. Android HD gaming and a fast multimedia center is a plus too.

      Correct me if I’m wrong, I don’t know if Tegra supports Chrome OS.

  2. a says:

    Hmm hindi pa ito touch screen? At wala ding hard drive?

    Parang may kulang at medyo mahal din. Para lang itong mga haibook sa lazada- pero mahal na sa 10k presyo noon.

  3. elvin says:

    sana yung chromebook na lang ng HP yung dalin nila dito sa pinas..ang tagal ko ng gusto bumili nun nanghihinayang lang ako sa sa shipping fee kung sa US pa ako bibili o sa Singapore

  4. wew says:

    WTF ok sana kung dual OS.aanhin mo android na laptop hahahaha

    • epiquestions says:

      Media center, office productivity, hd gaming. Basically a chromebook with more power and can be used offline without losing functionality.

  5. metre9dmt says:

    1 – okay naman ito…sa mga bashers wag nyong bilhin kung ayaw nyo!

    2 – dapat gawing kitkat na ang OS

    3 – sana maging available na ito sa pinas…ayoko ko ng mag-laway sa kakaantay. Now na!

  6. Typical says:

    Based on experience, this is a welcome product. Android phone users like me would be easily acquainted. Ive used chromebook c7 and its the worst OS, refusing to fix itself even with numerous recoveries, chrome os is also very limited as most apps need internet connection. Android has 100x better apps to choose from and also has everything chrome os has to offer…

  7. archie says:

    Tablet disguised as full function laptop =)

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