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HP's Phil McKinney explains slate appeal.
The HP slate PC that Steve Ballmer showed off in the Microsoft keynote at the recent CES 2010 will run Windows 7 when it comes out later this year; the concept Android ARM netbook that HP had at CES doesn't. We asked the Vice President of HP's personal systems group, Phil McKinney to explain the difference.
"There's really two separate sections of the market," says McKinney. "Coming down from the desktop to the notebook to the netbook it's really about 'what is the right level of mobility?'.
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