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    HP 7" Tablet 8GB Memory Intel Atom

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    Get the most out of your mobile life with the HP 7 with WiFi 7" Touchscreen Tablet PC Featuring Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Operating System, White. It includes one 7-inch tablet and an AC adapter ideal for use around the home and on the go with.

    HP 7 with WiFi 7" Touchscreen Tablet PC Featuring Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Operating System, White:

    Technical Specifications:
    • 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2460 processor
    • 1GB DDR2 of system memory
    • 7" touchscreen, 1024 x 600 resolution, virtual keyboard
    • Built-in 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR
    Additional Features of the HP Tablet:
    • Front VGA webcam with omni-directional microphone
    • microUSB port
    • 8GB on-board storage memory, additional memory via microSD card slot
    • Built-in speaker
    • Accelerometer
    • Up to five hours of run time on a full charge
    • Weighs 0.83-pounds; 7.6" x 4.92" x 0.4" dimensions
    Software and Applications:
    • Android 4.1 OS (Jelly Bean)
    • Google Search, Google Voice Search, Gmail, Google Sync, Google Talk, Chrome browser, Google+, Google Maps, Google Street View, YouTube, Widevine digital content manager and Google Play (for applications)
    • Media Formats: popular media formats
    What's in the Box:
    • 7-inch tablet and AC adapter

    What's an HP Tablet PC?

    Tablet PCs are compact, ultra-portable entertainment devices that let you read email, surf the internet, read eBooks, view photos, play games, listen to music, and watch video files. Most tablets are based on a smaller operating system, which allows you to purchase and download additional applications from supported stores. Tablet PCs are ideal for use around the home and on the go with WiFi or 3-4G mobile broadband connections (pay as you go, contract may be required for service).
    Safety Alert: Due to federal restrictions, this item cannot be returned by air mail. Customers in Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico and other overseas locations can return this item to a Walmart store. See our returns policy for more information.


    Platform: Android
    Primary Color: White
    Processor Brand: Intel
    Processor Type: Intel Atom Z2460 Processor
    Processor Speed: 1.60 GHz
    System Ram: 1 GB
    Hard Drive Size: N/A
    Laptop Screen Size: N/A
    Screen Type: Capacitive Touch Display
    Battery Life: 5 hours
    Battery Type: Lithium Ion
    Network Connection: 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
    Connector Type: 1 x Headphone, 1 x MicroUSB 2.0
    Operating System: Google Android
    Accessories Included: AC Adapter,Micro USB Cable
    Operating System Version: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
    Model No.: 1800
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.82 x 4.72 x 0.39
    Walmart No.: 551687844

    Customer Product Reviews

    Rated 3.7 out of 5★ by 951reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great buy My 10 year old son got this for himself with a gift card he received for Christmas. We decided on this 7 inch hp over the (larger) 8 inch nextbook for the same price. I went ahead and purchased the protection plan (covers it broken screen, having things spilled into it, etc.) which I see as a must in a house with three kids. I also purchased a couple screen protectors and a case that has a usb keyboard built into it on the cheap on ebay. It looks good, and works very well, plus the battery life is a lot better than I had expected. 01/08/2014
    Rated 4 out of 5★ by Great Value Tablet This tablet was impressive for $89. Good processor, battery life, volume, and overall build quality. The screen could have used some improvement as the resolution makes things look a little grainy. The colors are a little washed out as well, but again this price is pretty remarkable. Check out a video review here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlV7kCBmcgM 11/30/2013
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Very Nice Tablet The only cons I can find with this are:- there is only a front camera, which is very awkward for photo taking- the camera quality is not very good- you cannot find this tablet model ANYWHERE and so finding accessories for it is difficult- putting things from the computer onto it usually takes a really long time for once it reaches the half-way point of loading, it basically stops.However, the sleek and beautiful design is comfortable and its size is convenient for immediate use and carrying it around versus a laptop. It is quick to respond to your touch and does not lag. I love the amount of space it has because it allows you to have tons of apps and some music, though extra storage is necessary to carry a plethora of it. Also, the graphics are beautiful and organization of things you put on it are simple and easy to remember.Overall, it is totally worth the price and I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to try out a tablet before going to the $400 ones. 12/07/2013
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Amazing deal for an Amazing tablet! This tablet is AMAZING I have not had it long, but normally by now I'm ready to returned the cheap tablets I decided to try... So far I've been able to Dow load every app I want. This thing hasn't froze, it shut down easily... types smoothly, and I haven't had any lag at all.... my only issue was setting up my wireless.... it wouldn't take the code.. . But I pushed the button on the side and it took that... I would definitely recommend this tablet to all friends and family, and strangers! The tablet does not feel "cheap".... and it looks nice! However I will be getting a case and a stylus because I'm a clutz with larger fingers.... however I typed this entire thing with the virtual keyboard on this tablet! It is for sure a GREAT buy! I'd buy another if I had the money! 12/06/2013
    Rated 4 out of 5★ by Highly impressed by this product My children had been in need of tablet. I saw this online and after reading several reviews I decided to try it. I bought 2 for my 9 and 7 years children for their Christmas gift. Though they've not seen then yet. It's was the fastest electronics I'd ever set up. The Internet is very fast. The only cons is the camera. It has only the front and no back. I read it before I purchased but hey, for that price it didn't matter to me and the children don't care about the picture. Their interest is the game. I like the fact that you don't need to use your credit card before you can download applications. They already had pre installed apps. If you are looking for a tablet and not ready to spend too much then, this is the right one. I love it. I'm actually using it to write this review. I had never written any review before but I decided to do this one because I'm very impressed by the product. HP thanks for making it possible for my children to own this nice tablet. 12/16/2013
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Love it!!!!!! When I saw that a HP tablet existed, I nearly cried. I love HP, like seriously. I've never worked on an other PC, its been HP from jump. I had been contemplating getting a tablet most recently. I am circle slash i pad, anti i-anything, phone, touch, pad, you get the picture. Never really liked them because of their restrictions, and everywhere you turn, someone has one. I have a HP laptop that recently started feeling heavy and ancient, so I started my hunt for a tablet. This one was a no brainer, came loaded with every Google app you can think of, sleek and small yet functional. Has e-print software already installed, so I can print from my tablet. It weighs less than a pound and easily fits in my purse. I'm a business woman but I also enjoy pleasure so it appeases both sides with youtube, music, videos etc, etc. For the price its a must grab!!!!!!!!!!! 11/29/2013
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Plenty Fast, Good for Email, Social Media, Netflix There are four main resolution levels for Android tablets:480; - no name bargain basement tablets from dollar shops etc.600; - low level but workable for everyday chores and video watching - this tablet720-800; - pretty sharp, HD levels - the original Nexus 7, the current Asus Memo Pad HD 71200; - "retina" levels of pixel density, sharper than an e-reader for books, gorgeous videos - the Nexus 7 2013This HP 7 "Mesquite" tablet, a special Walmart-only item for sales promotion on Black Friday and then for the rest of the Christmas shopping season, as stock allows, is a 1024x600 level screen - low but usable. To put it in perspective, this has the same level resolution as the old 10.1" netbooks (remember those) so in a sense this is a netbook reincarnated as a tablet. It's fine for most videos, ok for social media and email, but not sharp enough for extended reading chores like e-books. Resolution isn't bad, but it's definitely not state of the art and is one level below what most tech writers consider the minimum required. On the other hand, it isn't the abysmal and nearly useless 480p bargain-basement level that even netbooks exceeded. All in all, meets expectations on a solidly built, zippy, $99 tablet.I had one of the sub-$100 Hisense Sero LT tablets that came out mid year with the same resolution. This one is sharper, even though the resolution is the same. This HP is also subjectively much faster, but since I quickly gave the Sero LT away, I can't compare them side by side.Colors are vivid enough for satisfactory video watching. Some detail is lost in nighttime and dark indoor scenes (as it is lost with most monitors).This is a traditional TN screen, same as found on the vast majority of laptops, not a wide viewing angle IPS screen made famous on iPads. So you need to pay attention to the orientation of the screen, or the picture quality will change as you shift the viewing angle.This has a low rez (netbook level) front camera for video calls and no back camera. Sometimes lower res is good - when you have less bandwidth on WiFi, like overseas for example. But you aren't going to say "wow" like on HD Facetime on an Apple (assuming you have fast internet). If you are having a bad hair day, conversely the lower resolution might be a good thing.The "industrial design" of this tablet blows away much more expensive tablets. The "rough matte" white back looks great, the HP logo looks classy, the edges are rounded and squared (the back slopes at the corners, but there are clear front and back design lines). This looks like it cost three times the MSRP, and avoids cheap frills like chrome. It feels rock solid in my hands, and the speaker is very loud and clear.The tablet is AMAZINGLY zippy - scrolling in a browser is smooth, pages on our fast internet open fast. Apps download and open fast. WiFi is solid and fast. Knowing that it is "just" a single core chip I was really surprised. I had heard that a faster single core would beat a slower multi-core - simply because most apps don't really use more than a single core.To recap, this is great for web browsing, email, social media, video watching (caution: probably to save the battery, the maximum brightness is about 3/4 of that on my brighter tablets - plenty for watching in bed, washed out if you read by a sunny window - the first thing you should do when setting this up, is turn the brightness level all the way up).A note on processors and Android versions:1. This is powered by the Intel Atom "Medfield" system on a chip which was introduced for smartphones (the dividing line between tablets and smartphones is screen resolution and game play). Intel really wants to stake out its fair share of the mobile (tablet/smartphone) market, and Medfield was released about a year ago and recognized as a solid, but not spectacular, entry in mobile. There have been two significant upgrades in Intel's mobil SOC's (systems on a chip) since then: Clovertrail, which is faster etc. and currently offered on the Dell Venue 7 and 8; and Bay Trail, which is currently offered on the Dell "Windows 8.1 desktop" tablet, the Venue Pro 8. Rumormill has it that Intel will push the really classy Bay Trail out to sub $200 Android tablets by the middle of next year. It will run circles around the Medfield chip in this device - easily support all the higher resolutions, and have enough power for mid to high level Android games. But for the time being, having owned the Sero LT with a low level (but dual core) ARM chip, and owing the Asus Memo Pad HD 7 with a quad core hotter ARM chip, this budget tablet holds its own in everyday desktop chores and beats the Sero LT in speed.2. So the budget (and single core, at that!) chip in this isn't a problem. BUT the tablet is running the Intel instruction set, the classic desktop PC x86 instruction set, not the "condensed," "shortcut" instruction set used by ARM chips that power almost 100% of Android phones and tablets. In order to run Android on Intel x86, the whole operating system had to be re-written by Intel both to work on their chip/instruction set and, more importantly, to take advantage of its extra features. Fortunately, Google reportedly is really interested in seeing Android re-written for x86/Intel, and as a result their engineers reportedly worked closely with Intel to do a first class translation of Android from ARM chips to Intel chips. The net result is that all "built in" Google apps, which have been optimized to run well on Intel as well as ARM, are great. BUT, not all 3rd party apps are optimized, and some won't run at all. I have run the big ones, like FB, and obscure ones, like exercise programs, and most ran - except one video program I like that ran, but couldn't run my video (which was a standard h.264 file). Fortunately there was another free alternative than ran great (Dice Player).Why should you get this "slightly" different (the Intel chip) Android tablet instead of a no-name tablet (like the Hisense Sero LT or similar budget tablets from big retailers - not dollar stores) that runs the better-established ARM instruction set? Simply for the HP quality and experience. And Intel quality chip. Quite frankly this is a MUCH better designed HP budget tablet than even their own, more expensive Slate 7 line, and its amazing that Intel has done such a good job with this mobile system on a chip (because I was disappointed many times by their Atoms on netbooks). I suspect that Google, Intel, and HP collaborated behind the scenes to get this table into the market place this holiday season as a "demonstration" project, to show that Intel is ready for prime-time in the Android world, and not simply to push sales (I can't imagine there is much profit in this).In this case it makes sense, and neither HP nor Intel dropped the ball.A word on Android versions: 4.1 is a good, solid edition of Android. Fans complain that it isn't 4.2, or 4.3, or even the just released 4.4, but 42 and 4.3 were largely fixes for Google's own Nexus devices or to add features for cameras etc. 4.1 is the most stable "every other device" release. 4.4, on the other hand, is really interesting, but mainly because it will allow even lower spec'd devices to run a more current version of Android instead of sticking with the woefully outdated 2.3 Gingerbread. Remember that the 4.1 used in this device, in particular, has been heavily reworked by Intel and Google and isn't an "old" operating system in the same sense that the ARM version of 4.1 is.This is also a VERY "factory original" look and feel Android. No gratuitous bells and whistles. No gilding the lily. No silk purses out of sows' ears. You get the picture. The cleanest version of Android short of a Nexus.Finally, it was nice to see that that full device encryption is an option in the Settings. This is great if you intend to take this on trips and do banking from your hostel or hotel.Right now I would include this in my short list of recommendations to friends, the list that includes the Nexus 7 (2013) for its "retina" level display, the EVGA Tegra Note 7 for its sheer gaming power (but lower resolution, one step down from the Nexus), the Asus Memo Pad HD 7 (Asus makes the Nexus, and the HD 7 is like a budget Nexus), and this HP 7 "Mesquite". Pricing is $229 for the Nexus 2013, $199 for the Tegra Note, $149 for the Memo Pad, and of course $99 for this. Some slight discounts are available on the Nexus and HD 7 but not on the brand new Tegra. This device was $10 off on Black Friday, but seems stable at $99 now. 12/07/2013
    Rated 4 out of 5★ by Better than expected I am not sure where the estimated 5-hour battery life came from, I'm at 16 hours with 66% remaining from the first charge. granted I am only using the tablet as "light duty" currently, only checking emails, weather, skype, web browsing and some light gaming. I am sure heavy gaming will pull on the battery a lot harder but I think even then battery life will be better than 5 hours.Not many negatives to the tablet other than the screen. it is not IPS so the viewing angles are poor. There is also some light bleed from the backlight around the screen bezel. It is most noticeable in low light but otherwise acceptable.The Atom processor is quite speedy for typical use, I found no noticeable lag switching between apps. So far every app I've tested worked on the Intel chip.Don't expect miracles from the built-in cam, it needs lots of light to get decent image quality.A good deal considering the low price. 12/05/2013
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