HP has just unveiled four new Android tablets called the Slate 7 HD, Slate 7 Extreme, Slate 8 Pro and the Slate 10 HD. The most interesting of the four tablets is the Slate 7 Extreme as it packs specs similar to the NVIDIA Tegra Note which broke cover yesterday. It sports a stylus, frontal speakers with bass reflex along with NVIDIA’s PureAudio technology and the Tegra 4 SoC. It also comes with a 1280×800 resolution display, cameras on the front and back and a relatively stock version of Android.
The Slate 7 HD is the upgraded version of the HP Slate 7 which broke cover earlier this year in April. It packs a 1280×800 resolution display, a dual core processor, dual cameras and Beats Audio tech. The tablet will apparently feature support for T-Mobile’s cellular networks.
The Slate 8 Pro is much better equipped out of the four with an 8 inch 1600×1200 resolution display with a 4:3 aspect ratio. It also sports an 8MP camera on the back with a 2MP front facing camera and a quad core Tegra 4 chipset. The tablet comes with a microSD card slot as well as a micro HDMI port for content mirroring.
The last of the HP’s Android tablets, the Slate 10 HD packs a massive 10.1 inch display with a sub-par resolution of 1280×800. The tablet also comes with cellular support like the Slate 7 HD and features front and rear cameras. HP hasn’t given out pricing or availability details on the tablets just yet, but a holiday season launch is expected.