BARCELONA, Spain--HP's new Slate 7 isn't just a repeat of HP's earlier TouchPad. This time, the smaller display and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS remind me more of the Google Nexus 7.
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Among the Slate 7's features are a 3-megapixel camera and second camera for video calling and a dual-core ARM A9 processor.
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The Slate 7 has a trim profile with a volume rocker on one side.
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Around the corner and the power control and headset jack.
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The tablet has a stainless steel frame and "soft touch" back.
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Down below are the external speakers.
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Like on other Android tablets you can swap between different programs on this screen.
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The Slate 7 supports Beats Audio for your listening pleasure.
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The main menu shows the standard grid of icons.
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