HP Slate 7 is a 7-inch Android 4 Tablet PC with good sound

Controls and Connectors

Same as all the recent Android devices, the tablet PC is not equipped with any physical buttons. It is difficult to attribute the buttons to touch-sensitive ones as well. It is just that the system interface bottom is designed to have them. Quite logically then that one is not able to see the buttons if the screen is turned off. Moreover, in some cases, when the application takes the whole screen place, the buttons may get hidden. It is exactly what happened when the Tablet PC was turned on for the first time. Directly after the start-up the device suggested to get connected to Wi-Fi and the buttons got hidden. As there appeared to be no proper access point the downloading process was unsuccessful there was no possibility to skip that step initializing the Tablet PC.

HP Slate 7 front camera

The front panel doesnt have any hardware elements. The only object one may see is the eye of the front camera.

HP Slate 7 camera

The only hardware object on the back side is the camera lens as well. To our mind, it is located too close to the devices edge, and is going to get dirty rather quickly. There are also big chances of covering the lens with a hand when filming.

HP Slate 7 top side

The upper side of the tablet PC has the display ON/OFF button, microSD card connector and 3.5 mm audio jack.

HP Slate 7 left side

The left side has no connectors.

HP Slate 7 right side

The right side has volume regulator, located close to the devices upper side which is quite convenient when used.

HP Slate 7 bottom side

The lower side has the microSD connector and openings of the stereo stereo speakers.

HP Slate 7 microSD card

In general the tablet PC is rather convenient. The control elements are easy reached even if adjusted with one hand.

To get better idea about HP Slate 7 tablet PC one may watch our video review.


HP Slate 7 box

The Tablet PC has stylish blue-sided box. The front side has the image of the Tablet PC on the white background, as well, as the companys logo. There is also a logo of the beats audio software on the box. The marketing specialists promote that sound improving system as one of the tablet PCs advantages. In general the packings design is quite simple.

Inside the box there is a cardboard-made compartment for the device, the gadget itself is packed into the sack from fabric, not the cellophane overwrap, as usual.

HP Slate 7 package

Under the tablet PC compartment there is one more compartment for the manual and other documentation. The charger and the USB-cable are packed on the left from the tablet PC in the compartment consisting of two sections.

As it is expected from a budget device the packaging is unpretentious.

HP Slate 7 Folio case

The HP Slate 7 brand case can only be bought separately, it is called HP Slate 7 Folio. It costs around $40. It is quite a lot, on the other hand, when did the brand accessories were cheap? Among the cases distinctive features one may mention the soft lining and hard textured outer surface. The Folio cover creates an impression of closing the Tablet PC as a book. It can also be used as a stand for the Slate 7, it allows position the device at a convenient angle. There are several case colors available, including the black and the red ones.

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Page 5. Software, Conclusion, Price
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I used Drumagog some before Trigger was aabliavle, and I can tell you that Trigger is far superior (this was Drumagog 4, maybe 5 is better). The problem with 4, which may be better now, was that it wasn't phase accurate, which is pretty crucial. This was particularly a problem with kick drums because any out of phase samples would cancel out tons of low end. The only way to really use it was to print the audio and manually go through EVERY hit to make sure the phase was tight. As you can probably imagine, this was a nightmare, especially if there was a lot of intricate kick work, or God forbid, long passages of double kick. In my experience, Trigger is tight and phase accurate, so it can save literally hours of work.
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