Apr 22

What can be smaller than a normal laptop that uses the Intel Atom processor and successfully runs the windows efficiently? The answer is a Netbook and the new coming HP Slate. The two innovations designed will possibly raise issues related to the slate when all viewers compare it with the functions and working of the iPad.

This innovative idea of the slate as a normal netbook without having a keyboard had gained a lot of response this Monday especially when the reports stated that Slate didn’t quite resemble an Apple iPad. Although we still have to wait for the annual judgment of the HP Slate until it is out in the market in those key review sites ready to be reviewed properly. According to one of the reports that were shown in the previous week, it is known that Slate functions very much similarly like a netbook. Amongst them one of its bottom specifications is the Intel Atom which is a simple processor that adequately runs the Windows operating environment depending largely on the use of the users and their preferred applications.

According to the reviews the iPad delivers greatly pleasing results as Apple cautiously brings together the operating environment along with the ability of the A4 processor. However above all, Apple quietly maintains its control over the entire Slate experience. Netbooks has proved to be both, hit and miss as they are usually exposed out to the entire range of windows applications and should also defiantly load the Windows operating system.

Thus the HP’s slate may simply run into a headwind when all its users try to use it more variably as against the basic reason for which it is designed. Hence, the new HP Slate should be wise enough to give all its consumers and reviewers a very realistic experience.

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