HP latest series of Android tablets have been sold on the official website. These tablets use Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. Products include $ 150 7-inch tablet Slate 7 Plus, $ 200 Slate 7 Extreme, $ 329.99 8-inch Slate 8 Pro Tablet, and $ 300 10.1-inch Slate 10 HD.
The Slate 8 Pro battery life reaches 11.5 hours, and it supports 4K video playback. The tablet uses a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 4 processor. The 8-inch screen is with a resolution of 1600 × 1200. It’s with HDMI output, 8 megapixel main camera, 720p front camera, 16GB internal storage and 1GB RAM.
The Slate 10 HD life time is expected to be 10 hours, and it’s mainly located in the web surfing and basic multimedia applications. The 10.1 inches screen is with a resolution of 1280 × 800. The tablet uses dual-core Marvel PXA986 chip, of course, it is based on the ARM architecture. It’s with 16GB internal storage, 5 megapixel main camera, a front camera and 1GB DRAM memory. Also it supports micro-SD card expansion.
Slate 7 Extreme has been listed in the HP official website, but currently it’s in the state of out of stock. This product is located in the entertainment and video playback, it supports 10.5 hours battery life, uses the Tegra 4 chip, 1280 × 800 resolution screen and 16GB built-in storage space, it supports HDMI output, and it has 5 MP rear camera and 300,000 pixel front camera.
The entry-level Slate 7 Plus is the upgrade version of previously released Slate 7, and it has been on sale. The Slate 7 Plus has 8GB storage space, Tegra 3 chip, 5 MP main camera, 300,000 pixel front camera, and 6-7 hours life time. All of the above tablets support microSD card expansion and Wi-Fi wireless network connection.