One of these days Apple will probably get around to introducing an iPad mini with a Retina display. But it looks like Apple may have competition in the 8 inch, high-resolution tablet space.

HP appears to be working on a tablet called the HP Slate 8 Pro, and if leaked benchmark results are anything to go by, it has a high-resolution 4:3 aspect ratio display and a speedy processor.

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Here are some of the most popular stories from the past 7 days at Liliputing.

  • HP Slate 8 Pro Android tablet in the works?
    All signs point to HP’s next Android tablet sporting an 8 inch, 1600 x 1200 pixel display and an NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor. 
  • CyanogenMod 10.2 nightlies arrive
    It’s been a busy week for the custom firmware space. The first official nightly builds of CyanogenMod that are based on Android 4.3 started rolling out. Meanwhile new versions of ClockworkMod Recovery and the Google Apps packages for Android also hit the streets.
  • EPICT EPP-100 is an Android PC with a pico projector
    The EPICT EPP-100 has the specs of a cheap Android tablet or TV stick. But it’s also got something most of those devices lack: a built-in projector that you can use you shine videos, presentations, games, or just about anything else on a screen or wall. It sells for about $221.
  • Hyetis Crossbow is a $1200 Swiss smartwatch with a 41MP camera
    Got $1200 burning a hole in your pocket, and a taste for fine Swiss design, high-resolution cameras, and umm… reading mobile phone notifications on your wrist? Hyetis has you covered.
  • Cheapcast turns any Android device into a Chromecast (video)
    Who needs a $35 Google Chromecast, when you can install a free app on any Android device to basically turn it into a Chromecast capable of receiving videos sent from your phone or tablet? Now you can use an Android TV stick like a Chromecast — or use it to run native Android apps such as Netflix or Hulu Plus.

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