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HP Slate 7 Android tablet with built-in Beats Audio, priced at $169
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HP Slate 7 Android tablet with built-in Beats Audio, priced at $169

HP chose Barcelona to announce its new tablet, HP Slate 7. So today at WMC, it showcased its 7 inch tablet popping out Android Jelly Bean OS and powered by a ARM Dual Core Cortex-A9 1.6 GHz processor. Talk  music of the device of course its the built-in Beats audio. Ofcourse, the real driving sales would be the smart price with a  $169 tag.

The device would hit the racks of US in April.

hp-slate-seven-red-mwcHP Slate 7 features a dual camera with a 3 MP camera in the rear and a VGA one at the front for video calling and chatting needs. There is only a mention of WiFi connectivity. Slate 7 also has a microUSB support.

The slate also comes with a HP ePrint (2) application enables the users to print conveniently and easily even on the move to your printer.

Carrying forward their HP Care Pack services that it offers for laptops and PC’s, Slate 7 also enjoys the extended warranty benefits.  For $29, one can avail a 2 year HP care pack, while paying a $49 ensures a two-year HP Care Pack with Accidental Damage Protection. So got a greasy palms? Go for it.

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HP Unveils Android Consumer Tablet

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 24, 2013 — HP today announced the HP Slate7, an affordable Android Jelly Bean consumer tablet that provides customers with easy access to Google Mobile services.

With a 7-inch diagonal screen and weighing 13 ounces, the HP Slate7 is an ideal trusted personal companion, featuring a stainless-steel frame and soft black paint in gray or red on the back. It also is the industry’s first tablet to offer embedded Beats Audio, for the best-sounding, richest audio experience available on a tablet.

The HP Slate7 delivers the Google experience with services like Google Now, Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive and Google+ Hangouts for multiperson video chat as well as access to apps and digital content through Google Play.(1)

“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 ground-breaking, 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 Slate7 joins the recently introduced HP Chromebook as part of HP’s push to offer access to the Google experience.

HP’s tablet offerings reside in the company’s newly formed Mobility Global Business Unit, established in September 2012 with the hiring of Torres. Torres joined HP from Nokia, where he was executive vice president and oversaw the MeeGo products and platform.

HP Slate7 makes computing easy while on the go

Powered by an ARM Dual Core Cortex-A9 1.6 GHz processor, the HP Slate7 is fast and responsive. Integrated wireless allows customers to access email, the internet and key applications, while 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.

The HP Slate7 includes a 3-megapixel camera on the back and a VGA camera on the front for chatting, videos and photos.

With the HP ePrint (2) application, customers can easily print while at home or on the go, and the exclusive native printing capability enables customers to print directly from most applications. A micro USB port allows customers to easily transfer files, and a suite of applications from HP spans exclusive games to productivity tools.

HP will provide an array of simple and easy-to-access support tools and resources to help customers take full advantage of all of the features the HP Slate7 has to offer. In addition to extensive phone and online support offerings included with the HP Slate7, HP is offering customers the opportunity to add to the standard product limited warranty with its HP Care Pack services. HP Slate7 customers will have the option to protect their investment with a two-year HP Care Pack for $29 or a two-year HP Care Pack with Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) for $49.(3)

Pricing and availability(3)

The HP Slate7 is expected to be available in the United States in April with a starting price of $169.Additional information about the HP Slate7 is available at and The Next Bench.

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