While HP might have tried to break into the mobile market a couple of years ago with its webOS tablet, safe to say that their efforts have failed, but at the same time it seems that it did not stop them from taking advantage of the Google Android platform to launch newer products. Well if you are in the market for an Android-powered device from HP, it seems that the company has a device called the Slatebook 14 that has yet to be announced.
The device was discovered by the folks at Notebook Italia via a hidden video found on HP’s website. The video reveals the device to be the Slatebook 14 and according to the specs, it will feature a Full HD 1080p display and as its name would suggest, a 14-inch touchscreen display as well. It also appears to run on Android and will sport an NVIDIA chipset, although at this point it seems to be a toss up between the NVIDIA Tegra 4 or the Tegra 1k.
Other than that the HP Slatebook 14 looks to pack similar specs found on other devices, such as WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity, and also Beats Audio for those who are a bit more discerning when it comes to sound. The device will also come with 2GB of RAM, a HDMI-out port, 3 USB ports (it was not mentioned if these are USB 2.0 or 3.0 ports), and also what looks to be a SIM card slot that will allow for mobile connectivity.
No word when the HP Slatebook 14 will be officially announced, when it will be available or how much it will cost, but considering that it already has its own promo video, we can only assume that it won’t be too long until the device is official, so check back with us at a later date for the details.