HP Slate 7 Voice Tab


If you look at HP Slate 7 Voicetab from a distance it will look metallic but if you take a closer look and touch it you will realize that it is actually plastic. It looks really great though some joints could have been tighter.
The HP Slate 7 Voice tab seems really compact for a 7 inch tablet (You will realize it when you will hold it). It doesn’t have as much space above and below the screen as the Nexus 7( I don’t know why they have kept so much space above and below the screen in Nexus 7 it makes it feel bulky). HP has managed to craft a classy-looking and significantly thin tablet at 9.5 mm (It is not the thinnest though ).I don’t think anybody will call using that device because holding it u to your face will make one look stupid, however one can use a Bluetooth headset.

The tablet has a removable back, Inside which there is a microSD slot and two SIM slots (one micro and one full-size SIM). Unlike the iPad mini Retina or Nexus 7 you don’t have to pay extra for 3G support. The basic model includes the SIM slots and you even get free mobile data. HP will sell the Slate 7 Voice Tab with an HP SIM that will provide 250MB of data a month absolutely free for 2 years (That is enough). HP has managed to pack all these features into a phone at a price of 17,000 INR (about 280 USD) .You get a 1280×800 IPS display which is not super sharp for a 7-inch display but one cannot see the pixels with naked eye.It has a Quad core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz and 1GB of RAM. It runs the Andriod version 4.3 Jelly Bean very smoothly.

Howdy! I’m Shashwat Lahiri a tech. geek from India, Lucknow. I love computer games, computer hardware, smartphones, and … FOOD! I am a Pro Gamer and SMM expert.

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