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HP Slate 10 HD and 1900 spotted, release imminent

Whenever we see a new tablet teased with HD after its name we expect it to offer superb display quality, and this is just what we assumed with the HP Slate 10 HD. However, with a 1280 x 800 resolution screen, it just scrapes into that category. There is also the 10 1900 as well, and while we do not know the exact details of these two tablets, we can tell you they have now been spotted on the FCC website.

With this in mind, we expect an imminent release of the HP Slate 10 HD and 1900 tablets; most rumors seem to suggest some time in November. Don’t get over-excited though, as the HD model is catered for the budget range, and as for the other model, we still have no idea.

The FCC entries do show that both tablets support GSM and WCDMA networks, as well as Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi. We can also tell you that the HP Slate 10 HD tablet will come with an uninspiring Marvell PXA986 processor, front and rear-facing cameras (megapixels unknown) and also a microSD card slot.

HP plans a duo of HD 10 slate releases
HP plans a duo of HD 10 slate releases

We do not expect either tablet to have large internal storage and so will rely heavily on external storage. And as for RAM, we cannot see this being too large, maybe just 1GB, 2GB at a push.

There are a few T-Mobile offers for the HP Slate 10 HD and 1900, where you will receive 200GB of data per month for free. Liliputing has more details for you. Check out the video below for more details.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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