From a glance the HP Slate 7 Voicetab looks metallic. It is actually plastic, and has a good feel to it. The HP Slate 7 Voicetab is light and reasonably compact for a 7-inch tablet. It doesn’t have as much blank space above and below the screen, even though it has stereo front-facing speakers. It is also significantly – HP has managed to craft a classy-looking tablet.
The tablet has a removable backplate, which hides a microSD slot and dual SIM slots – one micro and one full-size. These SIM slots let the HP Slate 7 Voicetab act like a big phone. A 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB RAM powers the Slate 7 Voicetab and it seems fast enough to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean smoothly. Apps open quickly and there are no obvious lag when scrolling through homepages or menus.
HP Slate 7 Voicetab – First Impressions
This is a solid product at a competitive price, and a very cost-effective way of getting an always connected Android tablet.
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