Meet HP’s new 11-inch tablet flipping webcam. This webcam can be oriented horizontally or vertically. HP has announced a new 11-inch tablet. This tablet can be seen more or less as a direct competitor to Microsoft’s Surface Go. The tablet has also got some interesting tricks up its sleeves.
Meet HP’s new 11-Inch Tablet Flipping Webcam
If you are new or just hearing about this device, it might interest you to know that it has a rear-facing 13-megapixel camera that can flip around the short edge of the display to work as a webcam. HP claims that this is a first for tablet. It also boasts the highest resolution front-facing camera to boot.
Features and Specs
The webcam of this device can work with its keyboard accessory in a portrait or landscape mode. This may come very handy in the sense that in landscape mode the webcam is on the wrong edge of its 2160 X 1440 IPS display. The tablet also works with HP’s tilt pen as well as the keyboard.
There is also a USB-C port for charging and plugging more accessories. It might also interest you to know that there is a microSD card slot and a fingerprint reader built into the power button. The tablet has got an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor, 4GB RAM, and 128GB of NVMe storage. With the specs, you should know that the device is running windows 11 lightweight S mode.
Availability and Price
The tablet will be out on sale in December this year and the company plans to sell it with or without the keyboard when it eventually goes out on sale. It will cost $499 without the keyboard and $599 with the keyboard.