Thursday, April 21, 2011

HP Slate 500 Review

Ted Brooks publishes the Trial Technology Blog. A great site, that you should check out. Recently he posted his review of the HP Slate 500 tablet. According to Ted:

Although the iPad has a strong foothold in the tablet market, its shortcomings are well-documented. Simple things such as the lack of a USB port, inability to play Flash movies, less-than-desirable Microsoft Office file handling, and a general sense of incompatibility in an otherwise PC-dominant world, may be what other tablets need to get into the game.

According to Ted all of these deficiencies are overcome in the Slate 500. There are also many other features that distinguish the Slate from the iPad. The article is worth a read if you are considering an alternative to the iPad.

Please click here to read Ted's original post.

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