HP recently introduced its first tablet running Google's Android. Some of the details of a follow-up model with a larger display have leaked out.
This model was discovered when someone (presumably an HP employee) benchmarked a prototype with AnTuTu.
In addition to the name and screen size, the benchmarking app was able to determine that the tablet was running Android 4.2.2, the very latest version of Google's mobile operating system. The prototype was using a 1.8GHz Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor.
The HP Slate 7 was this company's first Android tablet, and it sells for just $170. With its larger display, the SlateBook 10 x2 will likely be more expensive than that.
Rather than being the "Slate 7" this will supposedly be the "SlateBook 10" raising the possibility that HP will include a keyboard dock for the tablet.
No other details are available on this model at this time.
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