(Posts: 1111; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
I'm guessing those that have a problem with the regular Tegra Note's build quality will want the HP Slate 7 Extreme. It's identical in all of it's specifications except the shell it comes in (at least to my knowledge). If I were in the market, I would be torn between the HP Slate 7 Extreme and the Dell Venue 8 (which costs $180). I also wonder how well these companies keep up with software updates.
(Posts: 2773; Member since: 23 Jul 2013)
Well they didn't do so well last time and this time the market is very hot so I lack some faith in their abilities. But here's to hoping they learned their lessons and are now properly devoting the resources needed.
(Posts: 495; Member since: 25 Mar 2013)
That's the most important question that should be answered. As far a build quality, nothing to brag about.
And the other question, how good is HP customization fairs the competition? Namely Nexus.
(Posts: 1157; Member since: 18 Jul 2013)
Tegra 4 powering a 1280x800 display? That would totally crush the benchmarks (at least in the graphics department). Now waiting for Snapdragon 600/800 on a qHD screen (because 720p is too mainstream)
I haven't seen any Tegra 4 devices yet.
(Posts: 2012; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)
The Plus doesn't offer anything that the Hisense Sero 7 Pro does, unless there's something they're not telling us yet (smaller/thinner/lighter would be nice).
The Extreme is only a few bucks less than the 2013 Nexus 7 and can't compare spec-wise.
The 8 Pro is only a few bucks less than the LG G Pad 8.3, with lower resolution. I don't know how the Tegra 4 compares to the S4 Snapdragon the LG comes with, but it only has 1gb RAM compared to 2gb.
3 swings, 3 misses by HP. Move along folks, nothing to see here.
(Posts: 317; Member since: 10 Aug 2013)
performance wise the 8 pro could come out better since tegra 4 is better than snapdragon 600 used in LG Pad 8.3
(Posts: 340; Member since: 20 Sep 2011)
I wonder if those will ever receive Android 4.4 given that the HP Slate 7 is still running a rather dated version of Android.
(Posts: 235; Member since: 23 Jan 2013)
With 1 GB of RAM, there's no reason they couldn't. It is all a matter of HP putting forth the resources to make it happen.
(Posts: 41; Member since: 28 Dec 2012)
Sounds a good strategy. They included microSD slot with Tegra 4.