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Submitted by cyguration 682d ago | news

Nvidia's Tegra 4 Powers HP Slatebook X2, Due Out This August

Gaming Blend "Nvidia has been on a roll lately with hogging up a lot of the media spotlight. I guess someone at AMD should leak another prototype card to eBay and buy it up for nearly $100,000 to make news again. Anyway, Nvidia has announced that the Tegra 4 mobile multi-core processor will be the heart and soul of HP's upcoming Slatebook X2 gaming and business tablet hybrid, which is set for release later this summer in August." (NVIDIA, Tech)

ABizzel1  +   681d ago
I really don't know who these smart tablets are being marketed to. Yes they're powerful enough to compete with laptops, but what's the point when you could just as easily make a laptop?

Anywho it's not bad considering, but still overpriced as far as gaming price:performance goes.

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