Introduction to HP Omni 10 Tablet PC
HP, unlike others tech-makers appeared showing its lowest faith in Microsoft's latest Windows 8.1 operating system. I am assuming this because unlike others, HP announced a very few products based on Windows 8. But the company has embedded topmost features to whatever they launched very recently, with this OS.
HP's newest HP Omni 10 tablet is a mid-end tablet and the company has targeted budget customers with this device. In other words, HP Omni 10 tablet carries everything that one expects from a mid-price ranged PC tablet. This Windows 8.1 tablet is packed with Gorilla Glass 2 and all day battery backup. It is a powerful tablet under affordable price range. The company packed it with Windows Defender, which is a world-class security software and accidental damage coverage.
Specifications and reviews
HP Omni 10 tablet is a productive tablet with excellent multitasking capabilities. It is good look wise and performs better in respect to gaming and music listening.
It features 10.1-inch full higher definition screen with 1,920 x 1,200 pixels of screen resolution. HP protected the device screen with Gorilla Glass 2.
Most of the tablets we using nowadays come with just one front facing camera that suitable for video chat but unlike others, the HP slate owns two cameras – first 8MP rear face camera and the other 2MP for video conferencing.
Processor and operating system and storage
Microsoft's latest Windows 8.1 operating system allows users to watch movies, play games and offers good preloaded antivirus software.
The newest Bay Trail chipsets from Intel is less power consuming than Haswell. So, today, most of the tech-makers prefer Bay Trail over other processors for producing new tablets and smartphones. Following the same pattern, HP also brought its new low power consuming tablet in tech-market. The device is powered by Intel's newest Bay Trail Atom Z3770 processor, couples to 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The highly portable HP machine is packed with myriads of connectors including micro HDMI out for video streaming, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n.
It offers up to 9 hours of battery life to its users, which means you can move anywhere without the fear of draining out of your system battery.
The interested customers can pre-order the device online at Microsoft store. HP set the price of this Windows 8.1 tablet at $399 only, which seems to be much affordable than many other Windows 8.1 tablets and laptops that have recently been arrived in market.
The customers looking for a best featured affordable and highly portable device may think over this HP tablet. It appeared to embed several features that you won't get in other Windows 8.1 debuts at higher price range. For instance, in respect to display resolution, it is better than Lenovo's latest IdeaPad Flex 2 convertible tablet, which prices at $479 and has just the standard screen resolution of 1366 x 768. The Omni 10 is not only performs well with its latest processing chips set but it is also less power hungry. It graphics capabilities allows you playing videos and games on device for long hours.
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