The HP Slate 7 Plus 1301 is a tablet with a size of seven inches oriented users who purchase a tablet for the first time or those who have a small but we want to go for a first class firm budget. And this device hit the market in May for a competitive price of 100 euros that will bring you to all budgets.
The HP team bet by the Android operating system 4.2 Jelly Bean, an account with an 8GB internal memory and runs through a four-core processor. In addition, it will reach a good range of up to twelve hours and a half of video playback that will allow us to use it for long periods of time without need to find a plug to recharge. We tell you all the details of HP Slate 7 Plus 1301 through a thorough analysis.
In the field of design, the HP Slate 7 Plus 1301 makes a clear commitment by the color white which is also found in the tablet HP in August 1041 brand, team oriented input range. But the U.S. did not want to forget why the design and she has a quite attractive and modern team that features an aluminum casing and you will have a very thin thickness that barely exceeds the 8 mm. This commitment by the fineness has nothing to envy the big releases on the market. The full dimensions of this device are 122 x 192.5 x 8.15 mm. These figures are attached to a weight of 295 grams which is quite competitive, although it is somewhat thicker than that found in more advanced models with this size.
This tablet is committed to an IPS panel with a size of 7 inches and a resolution of 1,024 x 600 pixels. Considering the price reaches the device, it is a very competitive resolution will allow us to enjoy the content of a team good detail. In addition, the commitment to technology, IPS serves to get some brilliant images and especially some good viewing angles up to 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically.
The photographic section of the HP Slate 7 Plus 1301 is not great, but the fact that a device 100 euros count with a rear camera is already an important development, as it is usually a specification always sacrificed the most affordable models. Specifically, the Slate 7 Plus integrates a rear camera with a resolution of 2 megapixel which will serve just enough to get by when you take pictures, but most likely takes hold before the smartphone to perform these tasks. In addition, the front also has a simple camera with VGA resolution for portraits and for applications such as video-conferences auto Hangouts or Skype. As we say in these cases, you are missing that HP had opted to remove the rear camera and instead have reinforced the front end, and that so-called “selfies” often fill the walls of social networks like Facebook.
To store our files and applications, the HP Slate 7 Plus 1301 has an internal memory format 8GB eMMC. This is a capability that should be enough if we make a very intensive use of equipment. Also, and this is one of the great attractions of the bet HP, for the purchase of this equipment will enjoy additional 25 GB via the online platform Box. On the other hand, the most demanding users will also draw on a memory MicroSD up to 32 GB.
As for power, the tablet features a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with a power of 1 GHz per core, which binds to a memory of 1 GB RAM. Undoubtedly, this is a sufficient set to deal menus of Android and most of the apps that can be found at the official store of Google. Yes, they may fall short in the case of the most demanding games, and if we open many applications simultaneously. But again, it is a very competitive package for such an affordable tablet.
HP 7 Plus – Model-1301US Full Specifications
The HP Slate 7 Plus 1301 includes the operating system Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. This system version of Google known for some notable improvements like the ability to introduce widgets on the lock screen and especially the ability to configure multiple profiles to be several users to use the tablet. In addition, we will have access to a comprehensive ecosystem of applications and games with over one million titles in the official store. HP has introduced several proprietary apps such as a useful file manager called HP File Manager, a platform to share our photographs through the various devices connected to the same WiFi network or HP ePrint. This app is designed to make prints directly through the tablet.
To connect to the network use the free WiFi, both from home and from a public hotspot. We also have a port MicroUSB for charging the device and to transfer files from your computer and a slot for cards microSD of up to 32GB. The connections are completed with a slot 3.5 mm headphone.