HP is taking another stab at the tablet market with its new HP 11-Inch Tablet. According to the American tech firm, the tablet is made for those looking for a fine balance between creativity and productivity. Hence, it uses Windows 11 rather than the Android operating system. Putting aside its rather bland name, the HP 11-Inch Tablet offers some interesting features. Much like Microsoft’s Surface Go, it features a unique kickstand that supports both portrait and landscape modes. The star of the show, however, is the 13MP camera module that can flip between the front and the back. If that piques your interest, follow along for more details.
HP 11-Inch Tablet Specifications, Features
The HP 11-inch tablet’s IPS LCD touchscreen display has a resolution of 2,160 x 1,440 pixels and a peak brightness of 400 nits. The screen is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5. At the heart of the tablet is Intel’s Pentium Silver N6000 processor. The machine has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of SSD storage. Graphics are handled by the Intel UHD integrated GPU.
The tablet comes with a 13MP camera that rotates from front to back. You can use the same module for video calls and then flip it back to click photos. HP offers an optional stylus that’s ideal for jotting down quick notes or making sketches. The HP 11-Inch Tablet relies on a fingerprint scanner for login security. Other features include Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, a microSD card reader, and a USB Type-C port.
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The computer houses a 32.2Whr battery and supports 30W charging. The tablet comes with an optional keyboard accessory, which turns it into a laptop. When using it in laptop mode, you get an option to work in landscape as well as portrait mode. Those who already have a powerful PC can use this tablet as a second screen by taking advantage of HP’s Duet software.
HP 11-Inch Tablet Price, Availability
The HP 11-Inch Tablet is priced at $499 (around ₹36,900), whereas combining it with the keyboard accessory will set you back by $599 (around ₹44,300). It will hit the stores in the US in December 2021. There is no word on its launch in India yet.