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HP 11-Inch Tablet, this is the new rival of the Microsoft Surface

Hardware companies know how important it is to have different devices on the market. And it is that dedicating to a single sector and segment does not help much unless you sell a truly exclusive experience to the user, beyond the functionality of the device. It is also important to take into account the market trends, where HP has taken note to create its HP 11 Inch Tablet.

Essence to Microsoft Surface

Microsoft has had a great moment this week with the presentation of its new devices in the Surface range. The company is already very well positioned in the segment, and the design of its devices is the highlight. In fact, many have imitated it in a very specific part, as we will see in the HP 11-Inch Tablet.

Yes, that’s the name of the new HP tablet and it already makes it clear that the screen it has is 11 inch IPS type with 2K resolution and touch, of course. Unlike the rest of tablets, this one does not have a selfie camera in the frames, but it houses it in the back and can be rotated to adapt it to the position you need.

Of course, on the bottom and side it has a magnetic hook with which you can anchor a keyboard cover. In addition, and here comes the detail that resembles it to the Surface tablet, it has a rear part with a fold with which to support it and have it in ‘lectern mode’ for its operation.

In its interior we find the characteristics of a powerful tablet. And is that the 11-Inch de HP has an Intel processor Pentium Silver N6000 quad-core accompanied by 4GB of RAM and a space of nothing less than 128GB. Nor does it lack connectivity with WiFi 6, Bluetooth, card reader and USB C input. Without a doubt, it is a great rival for the little one. Microsoft’s Surface Go, which is less than an inch out, but it has a larger battery, which helps autonomy (something that is appreciated in this type of device).

As far as price is concerned, the tablet will be priced close to 450 euros to change if you get the option without keyboard, for which you will have to contribute 10 euros more.


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