Aug 10, 2020

HP To Launch Android-Based, Tegra-Powered Tablets

Hewlett-Packard is planning to launch a line of Android-based tablets, according to the tech site ReadWrite, and also is mulling an entrance into the Android smartphone market. The story is sourced to "two sources familiar with the matter." HP isn't commenting, though CEO Meg Whitman in the past has made it [...]

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