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HP Slate 7 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateMar 2013
Processor familyARM
Processor modelCortex-A9
Processor frequency1.6 GHz
Processor cores2
Internal memory1 GB
Internal memory typeDDR3-SDRAM
Display diagonal17.8 cm (7")
Display resolution1024 x 600 pixels
LED backlightYes
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version2.1+EDR
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Internal storage capacity8 GB
Card reader integratedYes
Storage mediaSSD
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size32 GB
Operating system installedAndroid
Operating system version4.1
Bundled softwareGoogle Mobile Services: Google Search; Voice Search; Gmail; Agenda synchronisatie; Google Talk; Chrome browser; Google+; Google Maps; Street View;YouTube; Play Store; Play Book; Play Music; Play Movie; Play Magazine; Widevine; HP Services: HP ePrint; HP Native Android Print (InOS Print)
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)3 MP
Front cameraYes
Rear cameraYes
Video recordingYes
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery capacity (Watt-hours)13.4 Wh
Form factorSlate
Product colourSilver
Device typeMini tablet
Country of originChina
Position locationNo
GPS (satellite)No

Reviews of HP Slate 7

Reviewed on 2013-08-27
Decent budget tablet, Neat and simple design, Feels solid and sturdy, Beats Audio
Feels heavy when used for long periods of time, Low resolution
One of the latest additions in the Android tablet scene is the HP Slate 7. (Read our unboxing and initial benchmarks in this post.)How does it stack up with other seven-inch tablets? Are the humble price, the HP brand, and the Beats Audio speakers enough...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-25
HP Philippines officially launched yesterday the 7-inch HP Slate 7 , along with other Android-based devices such as the 21.5-inch Slate 21 All-in-One desktop PC and the 10.1-inch SlateBook 10 x2 convertible tablet . Standing out among its plastic-based co...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-28
Back when NVIDIA announced its Tegra Note platform, it was said that several manufacturers would be producing their own versions of the unit. The basic components are the same – Tegra 4, 1GB RAM, 1280x800 display, etc. – but each manufacturer is still ...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Sturdy design, Inexpensive
Washed-out, low-res display, Latency and stuttering during routine tasks, Disappointing battery life
It's no secret that HP has struggled when it comes to tablets. The company has faced (and crashed into) its share of mobile device hurdles in recent years -- most notably, with the ill-fated and expensive TouchPad. With its latest foray into the tablet wo...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-30
You know how you fall off a bicycle or a horse and you're sort of hesitant to remount? It's been nearly two years since HP fell off its tablet bicycle/horse with the wreck that was the HP TouchPad .HP has gotten back on the bicycle/horse (and, I promise, ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-30
Solid casing, Bright screen, High viewing angle stability, Latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean version, Decent application and gaming performance, Low purchase price
No GPS module, Awful webcam, Weak primary camera, 12 month warranty
According to the manufacturer , the HP Slate 7 is perfect for shooting pictures, listening to music and accessing Google services. The entry-level tablet, featuring a superscript seven in its product name, is based on the popular 7-inch size and HP rec...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-24
Runs Android 4.1, Decent performance
Poor quality display, Some OS elements look odd, Mediocre battery life, Below-average camera
Most of the people who got the chance to play with the HP TouchPad remember it fondly. That poor tablet never got the chance it deserved; nor did WebOS. But HP is moving on with its life and choosing the safer road of making Android tablets. The first one...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-17
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 refres...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-16
HP’s first go-around with a tablet didn’t actually go so well. The webOS-based TouchPad didn’t last long and was quickly discontinued. However, the company is back with another slate, only this time it’s running the more widely-adopted Android operatin...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
Bargain price for a brandname tablet, Decent feature set, Nearly "stock" Android with virtually no bloatware, Average Performance
Relatively lowres screen, Marginal battery life
There is a price war going on among makers of 7-inch Android tablets. This means there are a lot of inexpensive models out there, but you have to be cautious about what you buy -- even a super-cheap device can be a ripoff.Those who would like a very good ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
Inexpensive. Attractive, sturdy design. Near stock Android, with unobtrusive customizations. MicroSD card slot. Solid performance.
Lower-resolution display than competitors. Mediocre battery life
The HP Slate 7 ($169.99 direct) is a surprisingly speedy tablet with an enticing price tag, but it's competing with tablets like the Google Nexus 7$172.00 at Amazon which features a better display, faster performance, and more up-to-date software. An...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-10
Solid build quality, Beats Audio built-in, microSD Card slot, Long battery life
Low-resolution display, Runs older Android 4.1, Not as fast as competing tablets, Lackluster cameras
With its stainless-steel frame and sleek, soft touch back, you might not guess that the HP Slate 7 costs a mere $169. That's a pretty low price for an Android tablet, considering that HP also includes Beats Audio technology and a microSD Card, something y...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-08
Two years after the debacle of webOS, HP's jumping back into tablets with the Android-powered Slate 7. Priced at just $169.99, just how good can it be?A titan of Silicon Valley, HP has seen more than its fair share of struggles over the past few years....
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Reviewed on 2013-05-02
The HP Slate 7 is a durable 7-inch tablet, includes an expandable storage option, and has good gaming performance. Beats Audio effectively enhances bass-heavy music through headphones or earbuds
The screen's resolution is eye-squintingly low, large apps take a long time to load, and its cameras produce washed-out, dull-looking shots. Also, there's no GPS, and Android 4.1.1 can feel a bit archaic compared with newer versions of the OS
At $170, you'd expect the HP Slate 7 to be stripped of a few features; however, HP takes this a bit too far. The Slate 7 includes only 8GB of storage, and it has no gyroscope, no GPS hardware, poor camera quality, a slightly (but significantly) older v...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-27
Let us start with the pros. The device feels great when held in hand, and gives the impression that this is a higherclass tablet than it actually is, above all thanks to HP's good artisanship. Metal frames and a matte background enable Slate 7 to naturall...
What I did not care for is Slate 7's display, which, unfortunately, does not use the IPS matrix, as I had hoped an established manufacturer like HP would. Its screen was made by FFS technology and a HP representative at the company's booth claimed it prov...
HP made sure this year's MWC had at least one big surprise, as it unexpectedly presented its first Android tablet, the Slate 7.This 7-inch device competes on the scorching market of cheaper tablets of this size, while its features make it resemble models ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-25
My first reaction when I learned HP ( HPQ ) was going to build an Android tablet was, “Dear God, why?” But after playing around with the tablet a bit and seeing its super-low price point, I've concluded that HP's new Slate 7 is actually a pretty solid eff...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-18
Runs stock Android, Expandable memory, Solid build
Very poor screen, Difficult to hold, Quite slow
Hewlett Packard's first entry into the tablet market was at least memorable, if not entirely successful. After acquiring Palm and its mobile operating system WebOS in 2009, HP launched the TouchPad in July 2011. While the TouchPad was originally running W...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-10
Google's Nexus 7 has been ruling the cheap tablet market with its budget-sourced iron fist. But HP's now giving it a crack with an upcoming bargain-basement 7-incher, also running stock Jelly Bean, and priced just $199 in Australia (currently pre-orders o...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-25
After a long hiatus and the ill-fated, webOS-based TouchPad , HP is back in the tablet game. Now an official Android partner, the company has just debuted the HP Slate 7, a 7in Android tablet targeted squarely at consumers.On the surface there's little th...
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