Announced for the first time in September of last year, and with a first availability date scheduled for last December, they are finally available the new hp 11 tablets, tablets focused on covering today’s greatest need: connectivity. But not technically speaking, but humanly.
And it is that the main attraction of this device undoubtedly lies in your flip camera systemwhich will allow us to use its main lens in both the front and rear parts to gain more quality and space.
Specifications HP 11 Tablet
|Operating system||Windows 11|
|Resolution||2K (2160 x 1440 pixels)|
|chipsets||Intel Pentium N6000 (Quadra core)|
|RAM||4GB RAM LPDDR4x (at 2,133MHz)|
|Storage||128GB PCIe SSD + microSD slot|
|connectivity||Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C|
|Battery||32.2Wh with 30W charger|
|Various||Stylus compatible, detachable keyboard|
|Dimensions||253 x 177 x 8mm|
As we said, the orientation of this tablet basically lies in the use for video calls, placing the rotating camera on the edge of one of its sides, thus facilitating its use in vertical format. Although this does not mean that we can continue using the camera in other areas such as teleworking, placing it on one side when we use the tablet in landscape mode together with a keyboard and other accessories.
We have a 13 megapixel sensor that when we open a video call application like Zoom, will automatically rotate 235 degrees for taking pictures or video, or pointing at us for videoconferences.
As for the rest of its specifications, its an 11-inch IPS panel with 2K resolution with support for 100% of the sRGB color gamut and up to 400 nits of brightness, along with sufficient but not excessive settings, with an Intel Pentium N6000 processor accompanied by an Intel GPU, 4 GB of memory and a somewhat smaller storage of only 128 GB (yes, expandable via a microSD card).
In addition, we will have a fairly current connectivity, with wireless connections Bluetooth 5.0 and WiFi 6. Although unfortunately we are surprised to see the absence of a version with 4G LTE.
Finally, the HP 11 Tablet surprises us again with the presence of a 32.2 Wh batteryabove what most tablets usually offer and more in the line of convertibles with Windows 11, and that should offer us a somewhat greater autonomy even when we make use of additional peripherals such as its detachable keyboard.
On the other hand, while none of the available versions come with a stylus, HP claims that the tablet is fully Compatible with HP Refillable Tilt Penwhich is actually a Microsoft Pen Protocol stylus, suggesting you should be able to use third-party pens that also support MPP.
Availability and price
Although the HP 11 Tablet currently continues to appear as unavailable on the brand’s official website, other international establishments such as BestBuy have already begun to distribute it, anticipating us a base price of $499 and its imminent availability.