HP Puts Its 7 Plus Tablet on Sale for Just $99 per Unit
There is good news to consumers who are always on the lookout for good deals. Hewlett-Packard has announced that its HP 7 Plus tablet has been up for sale for only $99.99. That is enough to generate generous savings from the company’s sponsors.
The quad-core tablet is actually a seven-inch slate. It also does not bring with it the whistles and bells of iPad, Amazon Fire, or Nexus tablet. But what most customers would rave about is that all the devices are running on Android 4.2.2, also known as Jelly Bean. It even comes with a 25GB data space for a lifetime of cloud storage from Box.
7 Plus Tablet
What makes 7 Plus Tablet in demand? Inside its silvery plastic case is an ARM Cortex-A7 processor. The screen has a display resolution of 1,024 X 600 pixel. Aside from that, 7 Plus Tablet has ARM Cortex-A7 processor. It even has 1GB of random access memory, 2,800 mAH Lithium polymer battery and 8GB of storage.
The RAM factor makes users do more with the device. The battery can still be useful after 5.5 hours after full charging.
HP 7 Plus Tablet, with its price, has become more practical. There is the micro USB and the micro SD slot with up to 32GB of expanded storage. The device has a 2-megapixel camera at the rear and a 0.3-megapixel camera located at its front for selfie and front shooting.
Are you looking for a more powerful slate? HP still has it. The Slate 7 Plus, according to the PC maker, is now as cheap as just $150. The tablet operates on Nvidia Tegra 3 microprocessor as well as a 400 mAH battery. The operating life of the battery is expected to be at 7.5 hours.
It can be recalled that just early this year, the company has already unveiled several new laptops and desktop PCs. Of course, those are aimed mostly at business customers. The HP Pro x2 410 is one of those. As a detachable hybrid tablet, that slate can be used interchangeably as a laptop and as a tablet.
Meanwhile, HP has graced the news again. The company has already launched a low-cost tablet operated by Android. It was launched in Europe last March and is now making the rounds in the US.