HP Slate 8 Pro Quick Review

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Need a tablet? Look at HP’s vast collection of tablets. You may have seen many different products in HP’s website or in any electronic store. Tablets are a great way to work freely without sticking with your office desk, at your computer table and while walking on the road. Tablets allows you to do different work at the same time and enables you to search any information just swapping and clicking the screen type the word and the thing will be on your screen. In the last month of previous year 2013, HP announced its HP Slate 8 Pro and was released right after the announcement. To give you a better view of this device, we have some information regarding this tablet.

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Dimension and Display:

It is a common perception that Tablets are very difficult to hold in your hands with that heavy weight and big dimension for long. To reduce your pain, HP made it 220 mm long, 141.5 mm wide and 9.9 mm thick so that you can hold it with ease. Plus, it is not too heavy and weighs only 453.6g which is another plus point of this device.

Enjoy all your activities on its 8.0 inches long screen and 1200×1600 pixels resolution. You’ll love its capacitive touch screen, 16M colors and multi touch function. The screen is Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protected.

Storage and Internal Specs:

Storing data on tabs is a very common thing these days and for that reason, HP added a 16GB internal space with 1GB RAM for you to store as many data as you want. And if you still need more space, then you can try microSD card of up to 32 GB capacity for more storage.

You’ll find an Android OS v4.2.2 Jelly Bean in your HP Slate 8 Pro and Nvidia Tegra 4 T 40 S which would enhance your browsing experience and allows you to run multi programs at the same time.

Camera Features:

This device enables you to take as many photographs with it as you want with its 8 mega pixels big camera and 3264×2448 pixels resolution along autofocus and LED flash light. If you want to make video calls on your tablet, then there is a mini camera of 720 pixels which let you chat with your friends.

Additional Features:
  • Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band
  • Processor: Quad-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A15
  • Sensors: gyro, compass, accelerometer
  • Browser: HTML
  • Java: Java MIDP emulator
  • Colors: Black, White
  • Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 5680 mAh battery
Negative Aspects:
  • No Radio
  • No Color Range
  • No GPU
Final Words:

“Despite these few drawbacks, this device is a perfect match for your needs and can help you in many ways for your daily work.”

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