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November 6, 2011

HP unveils Slate Tablet PC, new notebook

Slate 2 Tablet PC provides instant deployment for business and vertical markets, says the company

By CBR Staff Writer

HP has introduced Slate 2 Tablet PC with expanded touch capabilities, enhanced multitasking performance and embedded security.

The US-based company has also come up with a new notebook PC – HP 3115m -targeting business, education and government customers.

The HP Slate 2 Tablet PC, which features an 8.9-inch diagonal capacitive multitouch display for touch and pen input plus a new Swype keyboard, provides instant deployment for business and vertical markets such as education, healthcare, government and retail, where jobs frequently take users away from a traditional desk.

The tablet PC comes with an Intel Atom Z670 processor with mSATA SSM technology to deliver faster boot times, improved battery life of up to six hours and increased performance for business customers.

A TPM Embedded Security Chip protects data – from email to information on the hard drive.

Embedded Security for HP ProtectTools provides user control and management of the TPM chip to increase secure user authentication, improved personal secure drive integrity, secure email and support protected digital certificate applications.

In addition, the HP Slate 2 helps retailers combine online and enterprise access to applications and services including task management workflows, inventory data and custom orders.

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Designed for mobile professionals, the HP 3115m offers up to 11.5 hours of battery life, flexible wireless capabilities, an 11.6-inch diagonal LED-backlit HD display, Beats Audio and a high-definition (HD) webcam for collaboration with peers.

The new AMD E450 dual-core Fusion APU with AMD Radeon HD 6320 graphics provides greater performance than a netbook without weighing professionals down.

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