In February of this year, HP announced the HP Slate 7 as an affordable Android Jelly Bean consumer tablet. The device provides consumers with easy access to Google Mobile services. With a 7″ diagonal screen and 370g weight, the HP Slate 7 is an ideal personal companion, featuring a stainless steal frame and soft black paint in grey or red on the back.
The tablet is also the first to offer embedded Beats Audio, for the best-sounding audio experience available on a tablet.
“To address the growing interest in tablets among consumers and businesses alike, HP will offer a range of form factors and leverage an array of operating systems,” said Alberto Torres, senior vice president, Mobility Global Business Unit, HP.
“Our new HP Slate7 on Android represents a compelling entry point for consumer tablets, while our groundbreaking, business-ready HP ElitePad on Windows® 8 is ideal for enterprises and governments. Both deliver the service and support people expect from HP.”
The HP Slate 7 joins the recently introduced HP Chromebook as part of HP’s push to offer access to the Google experience. Powered by an ARm Dual Core Cortex-A9 1.6 GHz processor, the HP Slate 7 is fast and responsive.
The integrated wireless allows customers to access their email, the internet and key applications, all whilst the High-aperture-ratio Field Fringe Switching (HFFS) panel offers wide viewing angles that provide easy viewing of documents, games, photos and videos – even in outdoor lighting conditions.
To find out more about the HP Slate 7, go to http://www.hp.com.au/slate