Monday , August 21 2017

HP 7 Plus tablet on sale at Officeworks for $149

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HP have been quite sneaky launching their next Android tablet device, the HP 7 Plus tablet, very quietly and it seems that the device is exclusively on sale through Officeworks in their latest catalogue for $149.

The HP 7 Plus tablet is HP’s answer to returning to the low-cost tablet market, which has become quite crowded with companies like Samsung, Pendo and no named brands competing to become number one within the market.

The HP 7 Plus tablet is hardly remarkable spec wise. Here is a full list of specs:

  • 7″ IPS LCD Touchscreen display (1024 x 600)
  • AllWinner A31s.ARM cortex-A7 Quad Core 1.0Ghz
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 8 GB on board storage – expandable to 32 GB via MicroSD Card
  • 3 MP rear facing camera, 0.3 MP front facing
  • WiFi – 802.11b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • Android 4.2.2

The HP 7 Plus tablet is available to purchase either through your local Officeworks store or through the website directly.

 

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6 Comments on "HP 7 Plus tablet on sale at Officeworks for $149"

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David Jones
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David Jones

Seeing the RRP is only US$99 (plus tax) in the US, it is good to see the Australia tax still alive!

SlasheeTheCow
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SlasheeTheCow

The best part is the ad in their catalogue for it. Along with the hilarious “console quality gaming”, it actually has logos for both Android and Windows.

Steven Newitt
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Steven Newitt

Great price. But that thing is going to be real slow running 4.2.2

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Why do you say that? With such a ludicrously low res and high spec SoC I’d expect it to run v.well as long as they have not stuffed up the aosp build too much.

JeniSkunk
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JeniSkunk

Whilst it’s got a quad core CPU, those cores it’s got are slow 2011 spec, Maks

Nick
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Nick

Jeni, What specs does your Aldi Brauhnana tablet have? Does it have the more cores or the less cores

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