It’s always a delight when big brands come up with cheap products. It used to be that cheap Android tablets only come from unknown Chinese brands and small names with doubtful reputation. Google started the cheap trend with the Nexus lineup and other makers followed suit. Now, it feels like it’s a race to the bottom for Android tablet makers and the latest to offer a dirt-cheap product is HP.
Two years ago it would have been impossible to hear an HP tablet retailing for $100 but now, it’s a reality with the HP 7 Plus. The recently launched Android tablet is not a performance beast but I can see a lot of consumers wanting this tablet for the specs and features it offer for the price.
The HP 7 Plus
The HP 7 Plus is a 7-inch tablet 1024 x 600 IPS display and packs a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage expandability via a microSD slot with 2GB free lifetime cloud storage from Box.
If you’re in the US, it’s available now for $99.99, with free shipping. If you’re in the Philippines, you need to wait for announcements as to pricing and availability. Hit the source link for more info on the HP 7 Plus.