HP Slate 7 Extreme is Now Available for $199.99

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    Finally the PC makers are getting serious about making affordable powerful tablets. Apparently, Google's jump start with the Nexus 7 in 2012 was a lesson they really needed to learn. HP just released their latest offering and it could very well be a contender for your hard earned dollars. It's the HP Slate 7 Extreme and it can now be found on HP's own retail website for $199.99. It was previously announced by unavailable on HP's website until now. Here's the specs you will get for that $200 bucks...

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    For all of HP's struggles, I appreciate how challenging it is for a PC manufacturer to build a spectacular $200 tablet and still be profitable. Google sells the Nexus 7 for only $30 more, but the company's Nexus devices typically sell at a price that isn't much more than its total build cost. With that in mind, HP has done a great job making the Slate 7 Extreme less expensive for the masses.
     
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    Does the Nexus 7 still have no card expansion slot? I think that is a major disadvantage.
     
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    Just another reason to applaud HP for its efforts.
     

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