PC maker HP has announced the release of a new 11-inch tablet that can function as a laptop with its keyboard accessory, as well as a flipping webcam. The new tablet will start from December 11 for $ 499. It comes after the introduction of the brand ENVY 34-inch all-in-one desktop PC
The Microsoft Surface Go tablet is the latest product to bear some resemblance to the new HP tablet. It could be a direct competitor to the new HP tablet. HP announced that the new tablet will have a 13 – megapixel rear camera that can be moved vertically or horizontally and can be flipped 180 degrees to work as a webcam.
The manufacturer claims that the new tablet, which includes a rear camera that can act as a webcam on the small end of the tablet’s display, will be the first tablet to introduce such a feature. This is in addition to offering the highest resolution for such a front-facing camera when used as a webcam.
The tablet can also operate in portrait or landscape modes on its keyboard accessory; the report says. This gives you more skills for webcam. The tablet also runs on HP’s tilt pen, and has a USB-C port for charging more accessories, including a microSD card slot and a fingerprint reader on the power button.
The new HP 11-inch tablet is powered by an Intel Pentium Silver N600 processor and runs in Windows 11S mode. The tablet comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Although the tablet itself sells for $ 499, the extra keyboard accessory can cost up to $ 100, making the project price of the new tablet $ 599. As we approach the launch date, more details will appear in the product.
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