HP is already selling a cheap $99.99 Windows 8.1 tablet, the HP Stream 7, but a specification sheet for an unannounced tablet has bee spotted on the PC maker's website. The leaked document reveals the HP Pro Tablet 408 G1, sporting more advanced hardware than the affordable Stream 7.
The spec sheet makes it look like this product is being marketed mostly to businesses. The 8-inch tablet will have a 1280x800 pixel IPS touchscreen display, an Intel Atom Z3736F Bay Trail processor with a clock speed of 1.33 GHz, 2GB of RAM, and either 32GB or 64GB of onboard storage with a microSDXC card slot that can support up to 128GB of removable storage.
The HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 will also have a 8MP rear camera, a 2MP front facing camera and a 4800mAh battery, but there's no word on battery life. The tablet will also come with a bunch of business-based security software. The spec sheet mentions an optional HP Pro Tablet 408 Active Pen. So far, there's no word on a price point for the tablet or the pen, nor a specific release date.
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