Jumping into the battle for the next generation of hand-held computer devices, the HP Slate is being introduced in the Greek market by Germanos at a price hoping to undercut competitors who have already seized the field.
It is the first Android tablet of Hewlett Packard and marks the decisive entry of the company in the tablets market. HP said it is capable of satisfying customers as it comes with speedy performance and direct access to Google Play for apps, maps, chat, music, rich multi-media capabilities and the latest security measures.
The Slate 7 is a seven-inch tablet which runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. There’s also a set of stereo speakers, with Beats Audio processing to give them a little extra oomph, and all of that fits in a stainless steel frame that’s 10.7 mm thick and weighs about eight-tenths of a pound. HP says the battery is good for even five hours of video playback.