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Tablets & Notebooks InfoPackets: HP Win8 Tablets Could be Ready by Summer: Report
Mar 7, 2012 – Brandon Dimmel

Major PC maker Hewlett-Packard (better known as HP) is reportedly working on a number of tablet computers and hybrid devices based on the upcoming Windows 8 operating system (OS) from Microsoft. A recent presentation by the company's chief executive officer (CEO) suggests such gadgets could be available by the 2012 holiday season, or even sooner. During a recent earnings conference call, HP CEO Meg Whitman made reference to her company's plans to soon unveil Windows 8 tablets and related devices. The following day, she elaborated on this point, adding that HP would most likely use both the Intel Atom processor and Qualcomm's ARM technology in the upcoming devices.



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