When it comes to Business productivity, Windows 7 gives so much flexibility and mobility that a businessman loves to keep it with him all the time when it comes to instant access of business data. Windows 7 has native touch capabilities which makes it easy to port on tablet PC with its full power.
HP has officially released a 8.9-inch flat-panel device called as HP Slate 500! It has built-in Windows 7 Professional operating system.
It has a 8.9-inch multi-touch screen, Intel Atom Z540 handle and control (1.86 GHz), 2 GB of memory and 64 GB SSD hard drive. This HP Win7 Slate can be used in hospitals, restaurants or companies and business firms. It comes with a Block, stylus, and leather case and costs around $799 only.
Here are some of its underlying features:
- Built-in HD decoder chip: HP Slate 500 does not support 3G and hence it seems to lack freshness. But then, HP Slate 500 has a built-in Broadcom HD decoder chip, so you can watch high-definition video smoothly. Although the Slate 500 with high resolution of 8.9-inch screen and 1024 x 600, HD movies look cool with a certain degree, but is not enough. But the HP has included in-built HDMI (in addition to two USB), to facilitate high-definition video and audio output.
- Built-in dual cameras: In addition, Slate 500 has 2 built-in cameras, one is at the back with three million pixel camera and the other is at the front with VGA video camera. The body has a I/O port with a micro SD card reader, a USB and 3.5 mm headphone jack, as well as its body weight is 680g. HP Slate 500 is currently available in United States and will be available in rest of the world in next few months.
HP Slate 500 standard features:
- Weight: Approx 680g
- Windows 7 Professional operating system
- 8.9-inch, 1024 x 600 resolution multi-touch screen (capacitive)
- Intel Atom Z540 processor (1.86 GHz)
- Intel GMA 500 integrated graphics chip
- Broadcom HD decoder chip
- 2 GB of memory
- 64 GB SSD hard drive
- 802.11 b / g / n wireless networking, Bluetooth
- VGA front video camera with 3 megapixel camera at the back
- Built-in SD card reader, a USB port, 3.5 mm headphone jack
- Bundled expansion base (there are two groups of USB slot and HDMI output), leather case, stylus
As it has Windows 7 in it, you can install all your Business Productivity Suites in it and can carry it anywhere you want to. It gives you power of a Desktop PC and Mobility of a Smartphone without degrading the functionality capabilities. This is the beauty of this device!
Useful Links: Official Product Website | Why its a right Business touch.
Steve Ballmer had earlier stated that Microsoft is teaming up with nearly two dozen hardware makers to release Windows-based tablet computers. The list of potential Windows 7-based tablet partners include HP, Lenovo, Asus, Dell, Samsung, Toshiba & Sony.