HP Slate 7 Extreme is a great tablet, and we’re thrilled to have teamed up with the folks from NVIDIA to be able to give one away!
With over 3,600 entries, one lucky person is walking away with this HP Slate 7 Extreme, and that person is… Ben Blackford! Congratulations!
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Are you in need of a handy 7-inch tablet?? Then step right up as TechnoBuffalo is giving away a HP Slate 7 Extreme!
Thanks to our friends at NVIDIA, TechnoBuffalo is teaming up with them for a series of giveaways called Tegra Tuesday. Every Tuesday we’ll be starting a new giveaway that will run for one...
HP pulled out something no one expected with the Slate 7, a 7-inch Android tablet that sells for US$169 (about RM530) with its sights set on the Nexus 7 as they duke it out in the hotly contested cheap 7-inch tablet market.
The Android 4.1 running Slate 7 features a stainless steel frame construction...
Just before MWC 2013, HP has announced the HP Slate 7, its new Android tablet which aims towards the entry level segment with a USD$169 price tag. Specs-wise it is powered with a dual-core 1.6GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and it comes with 8GB of on-board storage.
The storage is expandable as well...
Hp made a low-cost tablet, but doesn’t bring too many advantages with this price. HP wants to bring Google Nexus 7 into the ring “weighting” with 30$ less than its competitor. For a extraordinary price of 140$, Hp Slate 7 offers the 8GB model. Buyers now are looking over the lower level price tag and...
HP took its time before launching an Android tablet, having been burnt by the WebOS-powered TouchPad several years ago, but the company has finally released one: the Slate 7. Rather than try to compete with Apple's iPad, HP has instead focused on the entry-level 7in market with a budget device designed...
Mobile World Congress is full of surprises and we were as shocked as any at what we saw at HP’s booth when we noticed a 7-inch tablet running what appeared to be Android.
Not only does it look like Android, but it runs like Android and feels like Android too. That’s because it is, in fact, Android, version...
We're taking an in-depth look at the HP Slate 7, the company's first foray into the world of Android. If I still had my HP TouchPad running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean instead of the awful WebOS, I'd surely compare these two devices. Earlier this year at CES HP stunned the Android world by announcing their...
HP revealed plans to re-enter the smartphone market in India last year, starting with two Slate VoiceTab phablets, but until this week it wasn't known whether they were headed to the UK. That changed at Mobile World Congress, where HP confirmed it was planning to launch the handsets in other territories,...
When Google launched the Nexus 7, many felt it revolutionized the tablet market with its high performance, accessible size, and very affordable price. It’s still one of the best 7-inch tablets on the market, and the device is even expected to get a refresh soon.
Thanks to its success,...
HP Slate 7: Unboxing & ReviewDetailed unboxing and review of the new 7" Android tablet from HP featuring a near stock version of Android.
CPU: 1.6Ghz Cortex A9 Dual-Core
Display: 600 x 1080 (170 PPI) LCD
Camera Main: 3MP 720p@30fps
Camera Front: VGA
HP Slate 7 Android Tablet Review
HP Slate 7 Android Tablet ReviewThis is a quick unboxing and review of HP's latest attempt at an Android tablet.
I can't say a whole lot of good things about this tablet. I was sorely disappointed in the overall build quality. The screen was almost rubbery to the touch and it appeared to be warped and separated on the edges. The screen was odd and had almost a glazed look to it. The back camera is decent, but the front camera is not even adequate for video conferencing, let alone the occasional "selfie". The specs are sub par for the price, in my opinion. I wouldn't spend more than $99 US for a tablet like this. I have seen off brand, generic tablets that are build better. I suppose the one saving grace is the stock Jelly Bean 4.1.1. For what you would spend on this tablet ($170 US), you should jump on a Nexus 7 or a Kindle Fire HD.
This thing is starting to make the HP Touchpad look like a great success.
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HP Slate 7 Review
HP Slate 7 ReviewIt might surprise you to know that HP has come out with a very affordable Android tablet at 7 inches - but what can it get you for such a low price? Josh fills you in on the HP Slate 7.
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