HP has released a teaser video of its forthcoming tablet, dubbed the Slate, as it looks to piggyback on the huge interest in Apple's iPad.
The video shows the device to be roughly the same size as the iPad, and with similar controls. However, cameras are built in front and back, and the device takes both USB and SD card removable media, all features the iPad lacks.
"Think about the last time you chatted with friends over Skype on your notebook, or uploaded a picture from your mobile phone to Facebook or Flickr," said the company in a blog post.
"How about the last time you viewed images or video from an SD card or a standard USB device. We know that you expect to be able to capture and share digital content on your mobile devices. And the HP slate device excels there."
The Slate is shown running Windows 7 with touch interface controls and applications linked into preinstalled social media sites as well as support for Adobe's Flash and Air systems.
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