HP has officially launched its latest 7-inch Android-based tablet for audiophile that dubbed the HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition. There is no word that the tablet is a modified version of HP Slate 7 Extreme (unveiled last year). As seen its name, the new device comes with more feature of Beats Audio.
Running on Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, the HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition boasts an NVIDIA Tegra 4 A15 quad-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, and 1GB of RAM. It packs a 7-inch multitouch display with a resolution of WVGA 1280 x 800 pixel. The tablet is got 16GB of internal storage but support for a removable microSD card.
With a seriously advanced acoustic chamber, dual front-firing speakers, an amplified headset jack and professionally tuned audio, you’re wired for sound the way the artist always wanted you to hear it.
HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition tablet is also offering an NVIDIA DirectStylus pen for writing or drawing. This 7-inch tablet has stereo speakers backed by Beats Audio technology. On the front panel, it has 0.3MP VGA fixed-focus camera, while the 5-megapixel camera is auto-focus and rear-facing.
Housing with black and sparkling red, it measures 7.87 x 4.72 x 0.37 inches (W x D x H) and weighs 0.70 lb. The 4100mAh Li-ion polymer battery is enabling up to 9 hours of run time. In term of connectivity, the HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition tablet packs WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 with Miracast support, a micro HDMI port, and GPS.
Well, anyone interested in buying the HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition tablet? It’s already available for purchase in the United States at cost $249.99. Company has also official announced the availability of tablet. It mentioned that goes on sale starting September 26th and for price tag 25,000 yen (around $233 US).