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HP is Making a 14-inch Android Laptop

HP is joining Lenovo in the strange world of Android laptops. The company hasn't yet officially announced the SlateBook 14, but it briefly appeared on HP's website  — complete with a video outlining the device's key features and specs. Most importantly, the SlateBook has full access to Google Play, so any apps you've already purchased and downloaded on a smartphone or tablet should work here. HP says the SlateBook 14 boosts Android's productivity thanks to its 14-inch 1080p display and full-size keyboard. The laptop also includes Beats technology, which should help it pump out loud, powerful, and likely bass-heavy audio. HP has built in 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. But since this is Android and not a Chromebook, you may be...

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