The HP Slate made its first appearance at CES this year, and it looks like today we finally have a release timeframe and price for the device. According to Clipset, a Spanish blog that appears to have access to HP and the Slate, the device will be released in June of this year for €400, or about $546. Clipset also reports that HP has confirmed that the Slate will rock an Intel Atom and feature Windows 7, a webcam, Adobe Flash support and a memory card reader.
It’s peculiar that HP would decide to release this information through a relatively unknown Spanish blog. However, Clipset does appear to have the best access to the Slate that we’ve seen so far.
The Slate’s release will take place shortly after the release of Apple’s iPad. Anyone cancelling their pre-orders?
Hopefully HP will release a bit more information on the Slate at the launch date for the device nears. The fingerprint-smudged pictures from Clipset don’t do the device justice.
We first spotted the Asus T101MT in FCC filings back in December 2009. Today, Asus officially announced the tablet along with specs and photos.
The T101MT will feature a 10.1” resistive multitouch display (1024 x 600), Intel Atom N450 processor, Windows &, up to 2 GB of RAM, Bluetooth, b/g/n WiFi, and 6.5 hours of battery life. The tablet will weight 2.9 pounds, and will be available in black or white.
The video after the jump shows off the T101MT’s touch capabilities.
The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t made its second appearance on the FCC today, this time thanks to Quanta Computer. Quanta is one of Lenovo’s OEM suppliers, and this filing shows that the S10-3t will feature 802.11 b/g/n powered by Broadcom, as well as 850/1900 GSM and WCDMA 3G (Bands II and V).
Overall, it’s been a busy day for the S10-3t, and we’re excited about this multi-touch tablet.
The Lenovo S10-3t convertible tablet netbook, which is expected to be announced at CES, made an appearance on the FCC today thanks to Ericsson AB. According to reports, this netbook will feature a 10.1” multitouch capacitive display that will swivel 180 degrees to a tablet layout.
Today’s FCC filing also reveals 850/1900 GSM/EDGE, as well as quad band WCDMA (I, II, V, VIII bands). A version of the S10 called the S10-3 will also be available. The S10-3 will have a regular netbook form factor, sans tablet touchscreen.
From: Netbook Choice
i-Mobile Technology passed this Atom-powered tablet, called the Mobile Tablet PC, through the FCC today. The device has a 8.9” touch screen LCD, 16 GB SSD, 1 GB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1.3 MP web cam and optional GPS.
Measuring 9.5” x 7.5” and just an inch thick, this tablet packs a decent suite of features into a compact form factor. The design of the Mobile Tablet PC is a bit outdated, however.
There’s no word on pricing or availability for the Mobile Tablet PC, and you probably won’t see this device in stores since i-Mobile’s products are targeted at the commercial market.
The ‘MT’ in the product name indicates that this will be a multi-touch tablet, and will likely take the place of the T91MT. No word on pricing or availability at this time.