The American group Hewlett Packard unveiled today their first digital tablet running Windows 7, Slate 500. HP wants to appeal individuals but also professionals. Indeed, the Slate 500 is presented as a perfect solution for business needs of companies. HP also wants to compete with the Ipad of Apple.
The HP Slate 500 runs on an Intel Atom Z540 processor clocked at 1.86GHz, has 2Gb of ram and a hard disk drive of 64Gb. It also features a USB port and a HDMI output.
The HP Slate 500 is equipped with a WIFI connection. However, it cannot access the internet through 3G mobile broadband connections.
The HP Slate 500 is only sold in the United States and is priced at 799$.