HP announces Four Android Tablets and One Windows Powered Tablet

Looks like HP has woken from a deep slumber and to compensate for that; it has unveiled not just one or two, but five tablets! The tablets cater all sizes with two of them having a 7 inches display, one with 8 inch screen and last two with 10 inches display. Not only in screen size, these devices also differ in terms of their internals. Let’s see what they offer-

HP extreme 7

HP Extreme 7
Extreme 7 by HP.

The Extreme 7 is a direct copy of recently showcased NvidiaTegra Note tablet. Tegra Note is a reference design for other tablet demoing the capabilities of Nvidia’s processor with the latest Tegra 4 CPU and GeForce GPU. The 7 inch screen bears a HD resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. It has a 1 GB RAM, 16 GB in-built memory with support for external microSD card up to 64 GB. For camera, it has 5 MP shooter at back and 2 MP at the front. It also supports stylus input which is really good for users to quickly draw something. It’s loaded with Android JellyBean OS.

HP Slate 8 Pro

HP Slate 8 Pro
Slate 8 Pro by HP.

Slate 8 pro has a 7.98 inches screen with high-resolution of 1600 x 1200, resulting in impressive pixel density of 258 ppi. It’s powered by latest NvidiaTegra4 processor. For photographers, it comes with 8 MP camera at the back and 2 megapixel camera. It offers micro USB support and micro HDMI port as well. It also runs on Android v. 4.2 platform.

HP Slate 7 and Slate 10 HD

HP Slate 10 HD
Slate 10 HD by HP.

As the name moniker says, the extreme 7 tablet sports a 7 inches display, and Slate 10 HD has 10 inches screen. Both of them have a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, resulting in pixel density of respectively. They are powered by a dual core Maxwell PXA986 processor supplemented by 1 GB of RAM. They support 3G and 4G connectivity for faster data access. The tablet also offers beats audio tech to deliver ultimate sound experience. The devices are loaded with Android 4.2.2.

HP Slate 7 HD
Slate 7 HD by HP.

HP Omni 10 Slate

After all the Android tablets, this one is loaded with Windows 8. It runs on Intel’s latest BayTrail processor and offers a 10 inch screen sporting Full HD resolution. In terms of memory, it has a 2 GB of RAM, storage option of up to 128 GB SSD. It also has an 8 MP camera. But, for connectivity it only has Wi-Fi.


No details about the pricing and even the release date of these tablets have been given by the company. We expect these tablets to be available for sale around holiday season in November.