May 222014

HP has introduced a $100 mini tablet with below average specs in the U.S. market.

HP is an insignificant player in the tablet market and the new HP 7 Plus device is unlikely to send consumers into a swoon.

HP 7 Plus Costs $99.99HP 7 Plus – $99.99

HP 7 Plus – Unimpressive Specs

Running the older Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), the 7-inch tablet has a 1024×600 display, 1GB RAM and 8GB storage.

Real storage will likely be a mere 5GB after taking into account system software.

HP is offering 25GB of cloud storage via Box.

There are two low-resolution cameras at the front (0.3MP) and back (2MP).

The device comes with a 2800mAh battery, supposedly good for five hours and 30-minutes of use.

The tablet has microUSB port and a microSD card slot.

HP 7 Plus is powered by an ARM Cortex quad-core processor.

A pre-loaded Kingsoft Office app from Chinese developer Kingsoft lets users access, edit and share files in the cloud.

Weighing 0.65lb, the tablet is offered only in silver color.

HP 7 Plus is the company’s fourth tablet in the 7-inch screen size class.

HP’s other 7-inch tablets are: HP Slate 7 Plus ($150), HP Slate 7 Extreme ($190) and HP Slate 7 HD 4G ($230)

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