The HP Slatebook 14, a notebook that was spotted on a website a few months back, is now available for purchase and read to be shipped all the way to the front of your doorstep. The thing is, is the HP Slatebook 14 worth forking out good money for? Let us take a closer look at this 14” device right after the jump.
Underneath the hood as well as on the outside, the HP Slatebook 14 will feature a 14” touchscreen display at Full HD resolution – that translates to 1,920 x 1,080 pixels of goodness. Apart from that, one will also be able to enjoy up to 9 hours of battery life with this puppy, where other hardware specifications include 2GB RAM and an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, with the surprise factor being Google’s Android 4.3 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice, rather than Windows which we are so used to these days when it comes to touchscreen capable notebooks.
Originally announced in June this year, the HP SlateBook 14 has started to ship to retailers around the US, where it is available for a highly affordable $430. Some might see this as a halfway notebook, or a notebook that never was, but I am quite sure it has its quirks that are lovable.