HP first announced its 11-inch tablet in September 2021, and it is now available in the United States for $499. HP’s new 11-inch tablet comes with a rotating camera, an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor, and a single memory configuration. It is available with or without a physical keyboard. The tablet is available at Best Buy.
The HP tablet has an 84.6 percent screen-to-body ratio, 100 percent sRGB color space coverage, and active pen input support for the display. The Intel Pentium Silver N6000 is a Jasper Lake processor with a 6W TDP, four cores, a 3.3 GHz CPU boost clock speed, and the Intel UHD Graphics Jasper Lake 32 EU.
The slate has a single memory configuration of 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. It also runs in S mode on Windows 11 Home. The tablet includes a USB-C port for charging and connecting external devices. It also has a fingerprint detector built into the power button.
Best Buy sells the device for $499, while the package with the keyboard accessory costs $599. The keyboard lacks backlighting, and HP is not currently selling the keyboard separately. It comes in a single color option: Natural Silver.