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HP goes official with Slate6 phablet and Slate7 tablet VoiceTab's in India

Hewlett-Packard has something to offer in favors of a new phablet and tablet, that is coming to India very soon. The American multinational manufacturer has introduced two new big boys, named Slate6 VoiceTab and Slate7 VoiceTab.

The Slate6 phablet will come equipped a six-inches High Definition IPS screen panel of 1280 x 720 resolution display and the Slate7 tablet will feature a seven-inches HD IPS screen 1280 x 800 pixels with dual-SIM 3G standby and voice-calling facilities, a dual stereo front facing speakers, powered with an unknown Quad-Core processor, rumored to be of 1GHz Marvell variant, 16 gigabytes of on board memory (expandable via microSD card slot), five megapixels camera on the back with a two megapixels camera on the front and runs Android OS out of the box, respectively. Form the design section, "The stylish, compact design is slim enough to fit nicely in the pocket and features a premium pixilated, scratch-resistant back cover design," added HP.

We are still lacking the pricing info, alongside we also doubt on how the consumers around the Indian bazaar will treat the HP and their two new slates, as the company had failed to prove it's excellence in the markets of Europe and United States earlier.