Several of the HP Slate 500's leaked specs have been confirmed today, including that it will run Windows 7 Premium, sports an 8.9-inch touch screen, has a 1.6GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, and that it has two cameras - video and still. New: it's Energy Star certified. Still unconfirmed: whether it's capacitive touch, what the graphics card is, and how it scores on battery life. [HP and Energy Star via Ubergizmo]
HP Slate 500's Leaked Specs Confirmed On HP's Own Site
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