tablet computer, Technology

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

 

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