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New HP 10 Plus WiFi tablet silently hits the market
HP has silently unleashed a new tablet on the world, called the HP 10 Plus. This is an Android powered one and a half pound tablet that HP thinks has just enough features to satisfy the average tablet user.
HP has not (yet?) made any formal announcements for the HP 10 Plus, but you’ll find it listed for sale now straight from HP or from other retailers.
The large slab measures in at a 10.1-inch display with 1920 x 1200 resolution. 2GB of RAM backs up an ARM Cortex A7 quad-core processor clocked at 1GHz. Internal storage measures in at 16GB and can be expanded by up to 32GB via microSD card. The WiFi only device includes a massive 7700mAh battery that HP says will get you just 6 hours of use.
While these specs may fail to impress, I might make the argument that it is still a decent bang for the buck, coming in at $280. However, I won’t make that argument. The HP 10 Plus prepares to ship with Android 4.4.2 KitKat installed.
For more information, or to get your hands on the HP 10 Plus, head over to HP’s website, or swing on by Amazon to pick up the tablet for $279.99.
What do you say, is HP coming to the table with a solid offering here, or is the HP 10 Plus just another tablet to be lost in the myriad of other sub-par Android tablets out there?