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HP Slate 500, its first Windows 7 tablet, is squarely aimed at suits

HP officially announces the Slate 500, its first attempt a Windows 7 touchscreen tablet, but it doesn't look as if it will end up as a direct competitor to the iPad.

By October 22, 2010

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Hands-on with the HP Slate 500

At long last, an actual HP tablet is being officially released--but it may not be exactly what you'd expect. The HP Slate 500 Tablet PC is a 9-inch Windows 7 slate, aimed at business and industrial users, rather than casual consumers.

By October 21, 2010

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Meet the HP Slate 500

According to a data sheet seen by CNET, the HP Slate 500 Tablet PC runs Windows 7, has an 8.9-inch screen, weighs 1.5 pounds, and arrives Monday.

By October 21, 2010

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As Intel's Atom gains, Apple still holdout

Chipmaker's Atom is proving to be a very popular chip, but is it too low-rent for Apple?

By April 1, 2009

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Intel begins shipping new Atom chip for Netbooks

Chipmaker's new Atom N280 processor, which touts better graphics performance, slips out of the gate a bit sooner than expected.

By February 5, 2009

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Nvidia in, Intel out for Apple Mac Mini?

Apple's Mac Mini may adopt Nvidia's GeForce 9400M.

By January 16, 2009

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Future Intel Atom chip is a yawner--by design

Chipmaker is preparing to bring out a faster Netbook processor, according to reports, but don't expect the kind of performance improvements common in its mainstream processor line.

By January 14, 2009

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Samsung Z400 and Z540V: 3G slider and clamshell

The latest addition to the Samsung mobile phone range is the 3G enabled Z400 that features a 2-megapixel camera. There's also the slim, 3G enabled Z540V if you want something to slide in your pocket

By July 24, 2006

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Intel Atom N270 processor set for Netbooks

The Atom N270 was overlooked last week at the Intel Developer Forum. Here's where Intel sees it fitting in.

By April 7, 2008

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Intel cracks open Atom-based MID

An Intel mobile guy does a superficial teardown of an Atom-processor-based mobile Internet device.

By April 1, 2008