HP declares the launch of its HP Slate2 tablet PC recently. The offer throws the hat company in the red hot tablet market area, while a niche need for consumer-oriented business. The Board 2 is a lightweight (1.5 grams pounds/680) tablet that focuses on education, health, government and retail markets. The feature shared by all of these occupations is the require for some level of mobility, in addition to being tied to a desk to make use of a computer or a POS (point of sale) system certainly makes even the most capable professionals.
With an 8.9-inch screen diagonal that works with capacitive multi touch and pen or pencil, the Slate2 is set with an Intel Z670 processor through mSATA SSM technology. This provides faster boot times and battery power for about six hours. The tablet also utilizes Swype keyboard, as well as offers 2 GB of RAM as well as up to 64 GB SSD (Solid State Disk). The Slate 2 will moreover arrive with Windows 7 Professional pre-installed. It is not to be unnoticed by an integrated VGA webcam and a 3 megapixel outward facing camera enables the sharing of videos, photos and still some conference capability.
Designed to be safe and functional, the Slate2 offers a variety of security measures to maintain the data of your company, clients, prying eyes or patients. For starters, TPM set in security chip which protects your data by blocking anything from email to databases. The TPM chip is attached to a single platform and operates independently of all other components of the platform, such as memory, processor and operating system.