Computing magnate HP has two new Android powered tablets that were announced few days back. One comes with a 12inch display and the other has a 8inch display at the front.

The HP Pro Slate 12 hosts a 12.3inch display panel covered with a protective shield of Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and offers a display resolution of 1600×1200 pixels with 163ppi density. The display offers the conventional 4:3 aspect ratio. Under the hood lies the powerful quad-core Snapdragon 80 chipset offering clock speeds of 2.3GHz. the tablet has dual front-facing speakers that come with “Duet Pen”.  This pen allows users to draw on the screen and even on paper. The HP Folio case will transfer all the text to tablet that is written on the paper. This technology has been incorporated with four microphones that can hear ultra-high sounds emitted from the pen. This technology has been developed by Qualcomm and HP is the first company to use it.

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the HP Pro Slate 8 comes with a 7.9inch display having 2048×1536 pixel resolution and 326ppi density along with a protective Gorilla Glass 4 layer over it. All its other specs are similar to the HP Pro Slate 12. The 12 inch slate has been priced for $569 and the 8inch for $449.

source: AndroidCentral

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