HP today announced the HP Slate8 Pro and HP Slate7 Extreme powered by NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. They follow hard on the heels of HP's news this summer of its first two other Tegra 4 devices - the HP SlateBook x2 hybrid that features a 10.1" 1080p full HD screen, and the HP Slate 21 AIO all-in-one with a 1920 by 1080 pixel display. Here's more info:
The HP Slate7 Extreme
This NVIDIA Tegra 4 powered tablet has a mind to maximize your mojo. It's got lightning-fast web browsing, console-quality gaming, room-booming audio with front firing speakers, silky-smooth video, plus a precision stylus pen for everywhere productivity and anywhere creativity.
Available November 2013 in the US.
HP Slate8 Pro
Powered by the blazing fast quad core NVIDIA Tegra 4, the HP Slate8 Pro has lightning-fast web browsing, superior graphics for gaming, buttery-smooth HD3 video playback, Beats Audio, and HDR image capture. That's all-pro performance with all-star style.