HP Tablet with flippable camera feat. 11

HP’s New 11-inch Tablet Is the World’s First Tablet with a Flip Camera

HP Tablet with flippable camera feat. 11

Following the launch of Microsoft’s new Surface Go 3 tablet, HP announced its upcoming 11-inch Windows tablet that will compete with the former later this year. However, unlike Microsoft’s offering, the HP tablet comes with a unique trick up its sleeve. And as you can tell from the title, it is the 13MP rear camera that flips out to become a webcam for higher-quality videos and selfies.

So, before moving on to the price and availability of the new HP tablet, let’s take a quick look at its key specs and features.

HP 11-inch Tablet with Flip Camera: Key Specs and Features

Starting with the design, the upcoming tablet from HP comes with a traditional tablet-like design and boasts an 11-inch IPS LCD panel with a 2160 x 1440p resolution. It works as a standalone device, thanks to the touch-supported display, or with a dedicated keyboard accessory. Moreover, users can use it in both landscape and portrait orientation.

HP's New 11-Inch Tablet Will Come with a 13MP Rear Camera That Flips out to Become a Webcam

Under the hood, the HP tablet packs an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of NVMe storage. The device comes with a MicroSD slot for storage expansion. There is also a 32.2Wh battery inside that charges using the USB-C port onboard. Furthermore, the USB-C port also supports other accessories that users can connect with the device.

Coming to its USP, the device features a 13MP rear camera that doubles as a webcam and a selfie snapper. For this, HP took a page out of Asus’ notebook and integrated a flip camera, similar to the camera module on the Zenfone 7 series that launched earlier last year. However, HP says that the flip-out camera on its upcoming tablet is a first for tablet devices, and we cannot disagree.

HP's New 11-Inch Tablet Will Come with a 13MP Rear Camera That Flips out to Become a Webcam

Other than this, the device comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor for biometric authentication, support for Bluetooth 5.0, and Wi-Fi 6 for faster speeds over wireless networks. Plus, the HP tablet also supports the HP Tilt Pen and will run the Windows 11 in S Mode out-of-the-box.

Price and Availability

Now, turning to the price and availability, HP plans to launch this 11-inch tablet with a flip camera sometime in December this year. The company will sell the standalone device at $499 (~Rs 36,789) and will charge $599 (~Rs 44,250) for the tablet + keyboard combo.

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