HP 7 Plus is the new tablet from HP that has been launched by the company in US for $99.99. HP has been launching many budget friendly tablets in the recent time and HP Slate 7 Plus being one of them that was launched in December last year with two other tablets for a price tag of $149.99. The device is available from the HP shopping website in US and is a Wi-Fi tablet only.
The HP 7 Plus flaunts a 7 inch IPS anti-glare multi touch LED backlit display with 1024 x 600 pixels resolutions, promising to deliver picture sharp from almost all the angles. The device will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS and is powered with quad-core ARM Cortex A7 processor clocking at 1 GHz and is coupled with 1 GB of RAM, which is little lower than the 1.3 GHz seen on the HP slate 7 plus. The battery given to the device is at 2800 mAh which lesser than the 4000 mAh battery that we have seen in HP slate 7 plus.
The HP 7 Plus has a 2 MP rear facing camera and 0.3 MP front facing camera which is little disappointing compare to the 5 MP camera that we have seen on the HP slate 7 plus. Apart from these the on-board memory of the device is at 8 GB that can be further extended up to 32 GB via micro SD. The connectivity of the device includes Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n with Miracast support and will have the normal 3.5 mm audio jack.
The company is also proving its customers with 25 GB of free lifetime storage with the cloud storage service Box that includes pre loaded apps like Kingsoft Office, Skype, Snapfish, File Manager and much more. We have also seen that the company has dropped the price of the Slate6 VoiceTab to Rs. 19,990 from Rs. 22,900 that was launched earlier this year.
The HP 7 Plus will be coming in White and silver and is now available for $99.99 from the official US HP shopping website. The company did not mention anything about the global roll out of the device.