UPDATE II: Both videos have been removed by the user.
UPDATE: The user has released a more detailed video, which includes the packaging, specs and peripherals. From the packaging, it seems the official name will be HP Slate. The user states that the image of the Slate on the packaging represents the consumer model, but he has a prototype of the business unit.
For specs, his HP Slate sports a 1.86GHz Intel Atom Z540, 8.9-inch WSVGA touchscreen, 64GB storage, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, and is powered by a two-cell lithium-ion battery. It runs Windows 7 Home Premium and supports b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth.
The device also comes packaged with a pen and docking station that included a kickstand, USB ports, and HDMI dock.
— Original Report —
An HP Windows 7 tablet prototype has been spotted on YouTube in a four-minute clip dubbed “Hp Slate review.”
The user, who goes by the YouTube handle “x313xkillax” claims he received an advanced unit of a tablet device labeled “Property of HP – Prototype – Not For Sale,” sporting a large HP symbol in the center and what the user describes as a “nice rubbery plastic texture.”
The tablet PC features a 3MP rear digital camera as well as a front-facing camera, SD card slot, on-board mic, USB jack, home key, and ctrl-alt-dlt key. The user describes the tablet as thin and “lighter than the iPad.”
From the review, the Windows 7 load time seemed approximately 30 seconds, and the web browser (IE) speedily loaded pages, including YouTube.
The user did not reveal any additional specs, including screen size, which seems comparable to the iPad’s 9.7-inch display, pixel density or processor.
Check out the video below.
Source: Boy Genius Report