HP Announces its First Windows 10 Tablet
Hewlett Packard is one of the biggest manufacturer of hardware powered by Windows operating system. After a lot of Windows 8 laptops and tablets released, the Palo Alto-based company announced the release of its first Windows 10 tablet, HP Pro Tablet 608.
HP is putting a lot of work in releasing new pieces of technology powered by Microsoft’s upcoming operating system. After a few Windows 10 laptops and transformers announced, HP announced its Windows 10 tablet. As we know for now, HP Pro Tablet 608 is designed for business market, as it comes with configuration optimized for business meetings or business trips, but regular users should also be satisfied with this 8-inch device.
The device features, as we said, 4:3 ratio, 8-inch display with the resolution of 2,048 x 1,536. There’s a 2-megapixel camera on the front, for video conferences on Skype, with an advanced noise-cancellation feature, so you’ll be able to talk without the distractions of a noisy environment. Speaking of cameras, it also features solid, 8-megapixel camera on the back. Also, the tablet features new USB C type connector for your peripherals.
On the inside, HP Pro Tablet 608 is powered by the Intel Core Atom Quad Core Z8500 processor, with 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of eMMc storage. As for the dimensions, the tablet is just 8.2 mm thick, with a 20.7 by 13.7 frame.
As we already said, Hewlett Packard is one of the premium manufacturers of Windows devices, and this tablet will definitely be one in the row of quality, Windows 10-powered tablets by HP. We expect this tablet to be released in early August or late July, some time around the release of Windows 10. Internet says that the price of HP Pro Tablet 608 will be around $480, but there’s a chance that HP will rise it.
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