New Delhi: IT major Hewlett Packard has unveiled its Android devices in the Indian market on Wednesday. The device – SlateBook x2 and Slate 21 will operate on Android 4.2 and will be out for sale from next month.

The HP SlateBook x2 was launched for the first time in May this year and it’s finally going to hit the Indian market. Though the device is a tablet, it will provide the users a detachable keyboard, a feature, which bears resemblance to Transformer notebook of Asus.

The SlateBook x2 is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor, Android 4.2.2 and 10.1 inch High Definition display. It will also provide an internal storage space of 64GB apart from microSD card support and 2GB RAM. It will be up for sale at Rs 39,990, which includes the price of dock as well as tablet.

On the other hand, HP Slate 21 was unveiled in June this year and the device is an all-in-one PC, which runs on Android 4.2 and is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. The device features a 21.5 inch 1920x1090p IPS touchscreen display. It will also provide an internal storage capacity of 8GB along with microSD card slot, USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth and is loaded with features like DTS Sound technology, Wireless Direct and an HP TrueVision High Definition Webcam. 

The HP Slate 21 has been priced at Rs 24,990.


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