Now that the HP Slate 7 is out of the gate, HP is focusing its attention to high end tablets. Judging from the leaked information, the laptop mogul is preparing HP Slate 21 AIO and Slatebook 10 X2, two different devices which are to launch this year probably. The HP Slate 21 AIO and Slatebook 10 X2 appeared on AnTuTu benchmarks and have scored amazingly, leading us to believe that the devices are actually high end. This is probably the right move but HP as people love their high quality laptops and they certainly have a large following. Making high end tablets just might do the trick.
Although there were rumors circulating that HP might team up with Intel and use its new Clover Trail+ processors in its future devices, it seems that the company decided to partner with Nvidia. Both the HP Slate 21 AIO and Slatebook 10 X2 are running on Tegra 4 chips and have scored really well in the benchmarks. The HP Slatebook 10 X2 scored 27,259 while the HP Slate 21 AIO did 23,584 despite using the same processor. Both the devices are running on Android version 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. There is no more information available at this time.
We suspect that the HP Slate 21 AIO will be using Windows and Android as its operating systems, but the Tegra 4 despite being a powerful chip won’t be able to handle the load of Windows. This is of course all speculation on our end, so don’t believe it just yet. The Slatebook 10 X2 however, may be a notebook/tablet hybrid which has a removable keyboard dock. Right now we are excited about the Nvidia Tegra 4 chip being used in the HP Slate 21 AIO and Slatebook 10 X2; we all know that the chip is capable of producing amazing graphics. We can’t wait to see what the full power of the Tegra 4 will be able to achieve in a proper high end tablet.