Hewlett-Packard has now become quite a familiar name in the media tablet field. IT had entered this division back in 2011, at a time when almost every tablet was competing with the highly popular iPad.
In 2013, the company had launched various affordable Android tablets ranging from $150 till $300. Now, it has launched HP 7 Plus tablet at $99, possibly the cheapest HP tablet.
The HP 7 Plus is a 7-inch IPS display (1,024 x 600) tab with Allwinner A31 quad-core 1Ghz processor and 1 GB DDR3 SDRAM. The tablet has an 8 GB (eMMC) internal storage and a 2,800mAh lithium-polymer battery (with up to 330 minutes of battery life).
According to reports, the tablet has been there in Europe for quite some time and is currently listed as ‘Out of Stock’ on HP’s online store.