HP has revealed a new tablet in its portfolio dubbed as HP Slate 7 Extreme which is actually a re-branded NVIDIA Tegra Note tablet with enhanced features. NVIDIA’s tablet was unveiled a day back with Tegra 4 processor and company said it is going to collaborate with different vendors to sell it in different markets. HP has called the re-branded tablet the HP Slate 7 Extreme which offers a variety of features to set it apart from the rest of the 7inch tablets currently available in the market.
Features wise, HP Slate 7 Extreme offers a 7inch IPS touch screen display with the resolution of 1280*800 pixels resolution. It is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor chip along with 1GB of RAM memory which can surely provide quite amazing gaming experience on this tablet. It comes in 16GB and 32GB internal storage models and the storage of the device is also further expandable via microSD card slot.
According to HP, extreme tablet also packs the NVIDIA PureAudio technology to provide true surround sound experience using the front speakers and a dedicated bass-reflex port speaker. It also comes with HP’s palm rejection technology which rejects any interference of your palm while using it with the responsive stylus pen. The new HP extreme tablet is expected to go on sale from early November 2013 but price of the device is not yet revealed. Let’s see how much HP charges for the re-branded Tegra Note which is priced at $199 by NVIDIA. We will update you more when its price and availability dates will be officially declared by the company.