HP has announced a new 11-inch tablet that seems to be a direct competitor to Microsoft's Surface Go which has some interesting features. For starters, the 13-megapixel rear camera can be turned to the "short edge" of the screen to function as a webcam, which HP claims to be the first for a tablet, and also makes it the front-facing camera with the highest resolution for boot.
It is also able to work with the keyboard accessory in either portrait or landscape orientation: Convenient, since in landscape mode the camera is on the wrong edge of the IPS 2160 x 1440 screen. In addition to the keyboard, the tablet also works with Tilt HP Pen and USB-C port for connecting more accessories as well as charging and card slot microSD and a fingerprint reader built into power button.
Internally, the tablet is available with an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor, 4 GB RAM and 128 GB NVMe storage. Its mediocre specs mean it runs the lightweight Windows 11 S feature.
HP finally plans to sell the tablet with or without it keyboard when released in December. It will start at $ 499 and together with the keyboard will cost $ 599.
Source of information: theverge.com