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Meg Whitman, CEO of HP, recently informed investors that the company would be ready to launch products with Windows 8 by the end of the year. The news now is that, according to CNET, the manufacturer is working intensively in three versions to rotate the tablet operating system from Microsoft in order to use devices with the newest generation of Intel Atom and Qualcomm ARM processors.
For the Atom processor, the company was preparing two models, and the first is a hybrid tablet with a laptop computer to hit the front on devices like the Transformer, Asus. The second model is a tablet in the traditional manner, which would have a focus on business clients. There is no additional information for the tablet with Qualcomm processor, but the information is that at least one of the new tablets would already be in the final stages of development, ready for commercial production.
The development of new products would be an attempt by HP to embark on the tablets of the competition, trying to erase the failures of the models Slate 500, Slate 2 and even the remnants of the HP TouchPad. The stakes are high and the HP company has clearly with the power of Windows 8 to excel in a market dominated by the robot operating systems and Apple.