If you’re looking for a cheap Android tablet, chances are you wont find a better deal than the HP 7 Plus. The tablet has already been available in Europe for some time but has only debuted in the U.S. recently. Although the device’s specs aren’t exactly impressive, you’re unlikely to find anything cheaper on the market that the HP 7 Plus, which only costs $100.
HP’s tablet isn’t meant to compete with the likes of Google’s Nexus 7, Amazon’s Kindle Fire or the infamous iPad Air. Instead, it comes as a ridiculously cheap alternative for people that absolutely must have a tablet. The company plans on selling the device with the following story: “It’s got responsiveness that delivers entertainment where you want it. Sleek and smart with technology you can trust, the HP 7 Plus is big on performance, slim in style, and small on price”. Not convinced? Take a look at its features then.
Quad-core performance for all out fun: The quad-core powered HP 7 Plus lets you see, connect, share and experience the media that moves you. From web surfing and gaming to movies and music, it delivers quad-core performance for all out fun.
Brings entertainment into your life: With a seamless, 7-inch diagonal IPS display that keeps the picture sharp from almost any angle, the HP 7 Plus brings all your content to life, beautifully.
Styled for life. Designed for go: The HP 7 Plus looks sharp with a suit and dynamite with denim. Slim, smooth and light, the HP 7 Plus was designed to fit your life on the go.
Get the confidence of quality: With trustworthy performance that’s been proven over time, the HP 7 Plus delivers technology you can count on, from a brand you can trust.
Still nothing? Check out its specs list then.
- 192.5 x 121.9 x 8.1 mm
- 7-inch display 1024 x 600 resolution, 170ppi
- 1 GHz quad-core Cortex A7 CPU
- Allwinner A31 chipset
- 1GB RAM
- 8GB internal storage(microSD up to 32GB)
- 2MP rear camera, 0.3MP front
- 2.800 mAh Li-Po battery
- Android 4.2.2 JellyBean
Ok so the HP 7 Plus doesn’t look all that amazing, but for 100 bucks it’s worth considering if you need a tablet and can’t afford (or don’t need) a top-tier one.