HP's Windows 7 Slate is not dead yet

The bumpy saga of the HP Slate took another turn this week with the revelation that the product is still destined to launch with Windows 7, albeit with a focus on the enterprise market.

Originally unveiled at CES earlier this year by Steve Ballmer, the HP Slate was touted by Microsoft as evidence that the Windows 7 platform was viable for touchscreen mobile computing products. HP initially aimed to launch the device this year at a price of $1,500, but the hardware maker appeared to change course after its high-profile acquisition of Palm. HP confirmed a few months ago that it was dumping Windows 7 in favor of Palm's webOS on the Slate. The news this week that the Windows 7 slate has risen from the dead comes as a surprise.

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10 HP Printer Problems and How to Troubleshoot Them

Read this post to learn about 10 HP printer problems and how to troubleshoot them. Follow all the steps carefully while solving the error for a smooth result.

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HP is reportedly working on a 17-inch foldable laptop

The device is slated for release later this year.

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HP's new desktops and all-in-ones have Alder Lake processors, RTX graphics, and DDR5 memory

It was only a matter of time after the Coronavirus drove some people to accept working from home as the new normal that hardware firms integrated that

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