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But it was also cheap and likely allowed HP to get into the tablet game on the cheap. The HP 8 is more of the same in an updated package. HP likely doesnt expect this to increase the companys tablet marketshare, but rather test the waters while remaining active in this important market. The HP 8 costs $170. At that price, it competes with the original (and dated) Amazon Kindle Fire and budget Samsung devices. Its a smart move by HP. It might be an uninspired tablet Im digging the Hewlett-Packard branding under the screen, though.
Acquired from: http://techcrunch.com/2014/03/07/hp-releases-another-cheap-android-tablet/