HP Pro Tablet 408 rocks 8-inch screen and Windows OS

HP already has a couple tablets that it offers to tablet users that run the Windows operating system. It has the HP Stream 7 and Stream 8 for instance. Those are both rather inexpensive tablets with the Stream 7 selling for around $100 and the Stream 8 for around $150. Those tablets are both mostly aimed at normal consumers rather than professional users.

HP is now getting set to toss another Windows tablet onto the market win the form of the HP Pro Tablet 408. The 408 will run Windows and has showed up at the FCC indicating that it could launch anytime now. More recently, a spec sheet for the tablet turned up on the HP website spilling the beans on all the hardware inside the device.

The HP Pro Tablet 408 will have an 8-inch IPS screen with 1280 x 800 resolution supporting 10 points of touch. It will also have an Intel Atom Z3736F Bay Trail processor and 2GB of RAM. Internal stores will be 32GB or 64GB with a microSDXC slot for expansion.

The rear camera is an 8MP unit with autofocus and the front has 2MP resolution. Power comes from a 4800mAh battery and the tablet has WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 inside. The tablet also has micro HDMI and WiDi support. Buyers can opt for a 3G version and a TPM security module is installed. Pricing is unknown at this time; perhaps more details will surface at CES next month.

SOURCE: Liliputing