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HP confirms Slate 6 and Slate 7 VoiceTab Android Tablets for India – Price and Specs

HP enters in to the Smart phones market as confirmed earlier with the announcement of its two new devices dubbed as Slate 6 and Slate 7. These devices are specifically planned for India,  scheduled for a launch next month and will be releasing later this year. Earlier HP had announced they might be release these devices by the end of 2013.

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As the name suggests the Slate 6 VoiceTab has a 6 inch display and the Slate 7 VoiceTab will have a 7 inch screen. Both the devices are said to have quad-core processors with an unknown clocking and even the chipset vendor name also is under covers. There is 16 GB of internal storage on both the devices and there is microSD card slot to extend it up to 32 GB.

Both the devices will come out of the box with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Operating system and HP claims that the both the devices will come with high-resolution front and rear cameras (5 MP rear and 2 MP front) along with front speakers, similar to the HTC One. These devices are said to have 3G connectivity and both are dual SIM compatible. The devices have 1280 x 800 pixels resolutions with the Slate 7 VoiceTab having one inch bigger screen.

Engineered to elevate the experience for users in India, the new compact, full-featured tablets are powered by a quad-core processor, enabling users to multitask at everything from email to web surfing to gaming to streaming. With voice-calling capability, the new devices deliver performance, quality and reliability helping users take care of productivity & entertainment requirements, Acknowledged HP in the press release held.

Earlier HP tried to enter the Smart Phone race with the acquisition of Palm, which turned down. The Slate 6 and Slate 7 are going to come to India straight away without considering the other US and Europe markets. These devices are expected to feature in the month of February and pricing is not yet reveled. So are you getting any one of these? Lets us know and be tuned for more updates.

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  1. Chuck

    January 18, 2014 at 8:28 pm

    Can you at least not use the words elevate the experience. Can’t think of a better example of downright offensive, degrading and patronising managerial newspeak, hollow and misleading. If anything those words diminish the actual reasons for buying/using a high tech device that even if most people love using it, it is meant to and indeed, does so in the vast majority of cases cases, make your life a easier. The word experience also diminishes the science and technology effort behind the phone, computer, car, non-stick frypan, smart TV-set, piece of software, technology applied to the sick at the hospital, teaching at the university (yes even the mission statement of hospitals and universities these days have as a goal he enhancement of patients’ and students’ experience). None of these things are developed or meant to have a hedonistic end. If i buy one (or get admitted to the hosp. or attend university) is NOT to enjoy the experience by itself, it is to satisfy a need, to take advantage of it, to make the use of time more efficient, to get back on my feet, to learn, get a degree and get e a job…. Nothing to do with elevating my experience. It is not an spiritual thing: It s practical thing. (True, it will help HP in this case to make a buck or two, but that is fact of life, so managers should not have a guilty mind about that either (BTW, do company, bank, hospital, university…. managers have a mind?). Why not comedown to earth for a change, and call the spade a spade That would really elevate, enhance and/or improve everyone’s life experience…(fat chance…)

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