HP's recent return to the mobile hardware game with the 7in Slate 7 tablet has been almost entirely devoid of fanfare – no surprise really given the misguided adventure that was the Palm takeover.
Now another new tablet has been spotted getting its benchmark on, a big brother to the Slate 7 supposedly known as the SlateBook 10 X2.
We have German site TabTech to thank for sharing the news of HP's big-screened slate, which was spotted on an AnTuTu benchmark network hinting at some serious specs.
Besides the 10-inch display (the resolution isn't specified, we're told to expect a shiny new quad-core Nvidia Tegra 4 processor running at 1.8GHz, and the whole thing will run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
That's not a huge amount to go on, admittedly, but the high-end processor indicates that the HP SlateBook 10 X2 won't be a bargain warrior like the £129 Slate 7, but rather a high-performance device at the other end of the market.
Via Unwired View