Saturday, January 18, 2014

HP New 6-Inch and 7-Inch Slate Voice Tab Affordable Quad-Core Phablets

The bargaining power of low-cost portable devices continue to rise nowadays. Manufacturers and producers are aiming to gain a high market share among each other. They are extending the reach of their products by discovering the tastes of any future users from every corner of the world. Prices remains the top priority of buyers aside from the quality and capabilities of any electronic gadgets. And that is also to maximize the value of their budgets, right?

In terms of affordable and budget-friendly tablets, HP introduces a new line of handheld machine to answer the needs of consumers. A voice call enabled phablets available in either 6-inch or 7-inch model. Both are powered by a quad-core CPU (no words for actual specs and speed) with 16GB of built-in storage and a dual-SIM (unlocked) support.

HP New 6-Inch and 7-Inch Slate Voice Tab Phablets

Compared to a typical smartphones, these handheld machines are slightly bigger with high-definition (HD) rear and front-facing cameras.

These HP's Slate Voice Tab tablets has a higher built-in storage sizes compared to Huawei's MediaPad 7 Youth2 as well to Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. A MicroSD card slot is also available in both models for additional or extra storage space. The 6-inch variant sports a 720-pixel (diagonal) resolution while the 7-inch has a 1280 x 800-pixel.

Pricing details is not yet available but according to reliable source, these tablets are also expected to showed out in the upcoming World Mobile Congress (WMC) in Barcelona, Spain by February 24 to 27 of this year. Availability of HP's Slate Voice Tab in global market will probably start by spring.

And before I can forget, these HP's upcoming low-cost tablets will also be added to the line of Android-powered machines in stores.



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