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HP Slate 21 AiO, powered by Tegra 4, shows up in benchmarks

by Mark Tyson on 30 April 2013, 10:20

Tags: Hewlett Packard (NYSE:HPQ), Google (NASDAQ:GOOG), NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA)

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Two new HP devices have been spotted in benchmark results via Android benchmarking tool AnTuTu. Firstly we have seen something called the “HP Slate 21 AiO” listed, secondly an “HP Slatebook 10x2” has also apparently been tested. In the results both new devices list a Tegra 4 SoC among their key system specs. HP recently released its first Android Slate device, the HP Slate 7.

HP Slate 21 AiO

From HP’s naming conventions, and it appearing in the AnTuTu benchmarks, this must be a 21-inch Android All-in-One (AiO) computer. Following the uninspiring “me too” HP Slate 7 product this is quite an adventurous departure. The only device of a similar form factor with Android is probably the ASUS Transformer AiO which is an 18.4-inch computer running both Windows and Android OSes.

The HP Slate 21 AiO has scored 23,584 points in the AnTuTu benchmarking tool. The benchmark also reveals that the new HP AiO is equipped with an Nvidia Tegra 4 SoC clocked at 1.8GHz. TheDroidGuy points out that this is “considerably better than all the other high-end Android tabs around” but falls short on Nvidia’s claims of a score of 36,000 points and beyond.

HP Slatebook 10x2

Again, from HP’s naming conventions we will expect this to be a 10-inch tablet with a keyboard dock. The x2 denotes the two form factor hybrid, just like the HP Envy x2 Windows convertible (pictured above).

The Slatebook, just like the Slate 21 AiO, appears to be packing a Tegra 4 processor and Android 4.2.1. In the AnTuTu benchmarking tool the HP Slatebook 10x2 outperforms the huge AiO, with a score of 27,259. That’s a significant difference but with a prototype device a lot of things are going to be tweaked before release. Nvidia will want Tegra 4 devices to shine when they start to emerge so I wouldn’t be surprised if it offers a helping hand to optimise up and coming devices sporting its latest SoC. Interestingly Android Authority reports that only Toshiba and ZTE have officially announced they are using Tegra 4 in their next range of Android devices.



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The Tegra's never seem great at anything really do they? I know NV have bet a load on them too. Will be interesting to see AMD's ARM CPU's soon...(TLA overkill there)
I think Samsung have a trick here, with designing and fabbing stuff they can tweak as much as they like
3dcandy
AMD's ARM APU's soon...(TLA overkill there)


ftfy - and now you can abbreviate it to AAA (there's a meme in there somewhere... ;) ).
I hope for HP's sake that they are going to make the AIO with a HDMI input for say connecting a Windows desktop? If that's the case, I'd be looking to buy.
Again, from HP’s naming conventions we will expect this to be a 10-inch tablet with a keyboard dock. The x2 denotes the two form factor hybrid, just like the HP Envy x2 Windows convertible (pictured above).
... or any of the Asus Transformer's. Nose-tweaking aside, I've always thought that Asus were onto something desirable with the Transformer's powered keyboard+ports dock design.
scaryjim
(AMD's ARM APU's soon...(TLA overkill there)) ftfy - and now you can abbreviate it to AAA (there's a meme in there somewhere... ;) ).
HP doesn't like TLA's, preferring an extra letter, so maybe it's actually HP's AAA or "HAAA" for short. ;)
billybear
I hope for HP's sake that they are going to make the AIO with a HDMI input for say connecting a Windows desktop? If that's the case, I'd be looking to buy.
Couldn't you just buy an HP AIO that's running Windows? Sounds like a better solution to me - otherwise what you're after is a "smart" monitor (didn't Viewsonic do this?). So I can't see HP's Android AIO having an input, output's a possibility though.