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HP Slate gunning for iPad with cameras, USB, SD slot, and iTunes

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Handhelds, PC / Laptop, Videos

Take a look at the latest marketing video for the , the tablet computer that should be launching fairly soon from HP. As you can see in the video, it appears that HP has built a program that runs in Windows 7 to give a custom tablet appearance, but when all is said and done, this is really just a touchscreen tablet running a full version of Windows 7, not a mobile operating system. Some will, of course, see that as a plus.


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How Wired Magazine will look on the iPad

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Handhelds, Software, Videos

Above you’ll find a demo that Wired magazine gave during , showing off what they figure their app will look like on portable tablets like the and . As you can see, it’s more than just a color PDF reader, as they have video elements and animated images in the magazine content, so they’ve actually taken the time to tailor the reading experience to the device. Consider us subscribed once this is available.


HP shows off Slate running Flash and Air

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Handhelds, Videos

At , Microsoft gave us a sneak peek at the Windows 7-based slate tablet device. We didn’t get much info at all, but more has trickled out since then. However, now HP is taking an obvious jab at Apple and the , having released the video above that shows off the slate tablet running Flash and Adobe Air, right on the device. Of course, the highlight here comes near the end, when the person playing with the HP Slate pulls up Hulu and begins watching content right on the device, something that the iPad can’t do just yet (although we are hearing that Hulu is working hard to become iPad-compatible.) Hey, one thing the iPad has on the Slate? It has a solid launch date that is just a little over 3 weeks away.

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