HP is continuing their line of Android-powered notebooks apparently, with Notebook Italia discovering a hidden video on the manufacturer’s site for the HP SlateBook 14. The promo video gives us a very clean and clear look at the device, which HP made sure was stunning and eye-popping in its design.
The leaked model shows a bumblebee-esque yellow and black color scheme. We’re not sure if other colors will be available, but we imagine they are aware that not everyone will be a fan of this particular combination.
What we are sure of is the fact that it’ll be running an NVIDIA Tegra processor, though whether that’s Tegra 4 or Tegra K1 remains to be seen. That should be flanked by 2GB of RAM, 1080p HD 14-inch display, HDMI-out, a built-in webcam, 3x USB ports, and Beats Audio speakers.
Any other details will have to come from new leaks or HP themselves, but with such a smooth promo video ready to go it sounds like it won’t be long before they out all the details we’re craving. Be sure to watch the embed up above.
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