When it comes to tablets, we know HP for its unsuccessful attempt on the much interesting WebOS which featured on their Touchpad . However , its time HP thinks is right to step into the tablet market and much with a bang that doesn’t burn a hole in one’s pocket.
The HP Slate 7 which was recently announced at the Mobile World Congress 2013 is a 7 inch tablet from HP running Android JellyBean 4.1. The Kindle Fire is probably its closest competitor, not least as the Slate 7 features the same screen resolution – 1,024 x 600 as well as a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9-based processor.The build quality of the device is decent and it comes in two fresh colors – a flashy red and a noble grey.
The Slate 7 is the industry’s first tablet to offer embedded Beats Audio, while software settings are also available on the device.The Slate 7 at a competitive price point offers all standard connectivity like WiFi , Bluetooth and USB connectivity with a microSD expansion slot.