HP Omni 10

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UPC: 888182139226   Part: F4C56UA#ABA

Overview

Instantly responsive, incredibly fast, and entirely intuitive the HP Omni10 powered by the Intel® Atom™ Z3000 processor series delivers next generation performance. With the versatility of Windows 8.1 [2] and robust security it goes from the boardroom to your living room without missing a beat.

Features

Engineering amazing.

  • Combine the extraordinary ease of Windows 8.1 with the lightning-fast performance of the Intel® Atom™ processor Z3000 series, and you've got a cutting edge tablet that’s truly engineered for amazing.

Work it.

  • With the ease of a Windows environment, side-by-side app viewing, and all the productivity of MS Office 2013, the HP Omni 10 has the skillset to keep up with your wherever, whenever work schedule.

Power to the picture.

  • Intel® Clear Video Technology, plus 2 HD cameras, rear with 8 megapixels, plus video stabilization. Add it all up and the HP Omni 10 gives you all the power to focus on what's important.

Hassle-free. Share-ability.

  • With HP Omni 10, mirroring content on other screens is a snap. With both wired connection (via HDMI ) and wireless connection (via Miracast technology or WiFi Direct), you have two ways to share your big screen without tangling with wires and cables.

[1] Wireless access point and Internet service required and not included.

[2] Not all features are available in all editions of Windows 8. Systems may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware, drivers and/or software to take full advantage of Windows 8 functionality. See http://www.microsoft.com

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Specs

Internal Specs

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Operating system

  • Windows 8.1

Processor

  • Intel® Atom® Z3770 (1.46 GHz, up to 2.4 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 4 cores)

Memory

  • 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM

Internal storage

  • 32 GB eMMC

Wireless

  • 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth® 4.0 (Miracast compatible)

Battery

  • 31 Wh

Battery Life

  • Up to 8.5 hours

Ports

  • 1 micro USB; 1 micro HDMI; 1 headphone-out 3.5 mm; 1 micro SD expandable (up to 32 GB)

Sensors

  • Accelerometer; Gyroscope; Ambient light sensor; Hall; eCompass

External specs

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Color & Finish

  • Graphite

Display

  • 10" diagonal WVA multitouch enable (With Corning Gorilla Glass 3) (1920 x 1200)

Integrated camera

  • 720p 2 MP (front-facing webcam); 8MP with Auto-Focus(rear-facing webcam)

Dimensions (W x D x H)

  • 6.6 x 4.6 x .25 in

Weight

  • 1.43 lb

Entertainment specs

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Audio

  • Stereo speakers; HP Premium Sound; Microphone; 3.5mm headphone jack

What's included

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Warranty

  • 1-Year limited hardware warranty, 90 day software support

What's in the box

  • Tablet, charger, Quick Start Guide

  • HP ePrint; Skype; HP Wallpapers; HP QuickStart; Box; Box (25 GB cloud storage); Internet Explorer 11; Office Home & Student 2013

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Customer ratings and reviews for HP Omni 10

Rated 4 out of 5 by Very good Win8.1 tablet, great value! I have had my Omni 10 about a week now and I love it! The battery life is impressive; After using it rather heavily for 8 hours, I still had 22% battery left! The Intel Atom quad-core CPU has more than respectable performance, and as it runs Windows 8.1, I can install all my favorite programs from my desktop and Ultrabook. I also changed the Start screen to show 5 rows of tiles, and they are all very readable and clear. However, I found the micro SD card slot VERY hard to open. I appreciate the inclusion of recovery media in the form of the 8GB micro SD card, but swapping it for my own card was frustrating. While I also got the HP stand case, the stand takes up a lot of room when in use, and makes it difficult to use a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard. A case with an integrated keyboard would be appreciated, as would the next model having a full-size USB port. I finally found an adapter so I could use my USB flash drives, etc., but in lieu of a full-size USB port, I think an adapter should be included. Once these items are addressed, I feel this will be the BEST $400 and under Windows 8.1 tablet on the market today. Overall, good job, HP!!!! Recommended. January 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nice specs, horrible implementation I bought this device brand new, and out of the box it has several problems. I'll start with the things I do like: The screen resolution and CPU were the things that attracted me to the Omni 10 (and the fact it was on sale). It is pretty snappy, when it isn't freezing; and the resolution is much better than most of the tablets out today. Things I don't like: The unit uses it's own coaxial power charger. One of my other tablets uses microUSB which would be a more universal solution. Also, the charger part is located right next to the microUSB port, which makes it very diffcult or impossible to: (1) charge and/or use USB while propping up the tablet in landscape mode, and (2) charge and use most of the OTG USB dongles which usually have right-angle connectors in the direction of the charger. You need a straight USB dongle, which makes propping up the device even more of a problem. The solution is to turn it upside down, which is still functional since the gyro will detect it. Still, I think it's a poor design. I also don't like that there is not an OEM keyboard solution for the tablet (yet?). The tablet, like most other tablets, has Bluetooth, so you can use any keyboard, but it would have been nice to have one that the tablet can dock to, or can combine with a cover for the tablet. Now, on to the worst things about this device: The first one I noticed was that the screen flickers. It's enough to be very annoying. I have tried to disable the auto-brightness feature which has helped to reduce the number of times it occurs, but the flickering still happens. The second issue is that the screen fails to power on occasionally. This is usually when it's left alone for some time or when charging over night. It happens so often when charging that I'm actually surprised when it turns on after charging overnight. I can tell the device is on at some level as the 'capacitive' windows button, when pressed, vibrates. I have to hard reboot the device when this happens. The third and most major issue is that the device randomly freezes. It will simply freeze, no input registered, etc. It doesn't crash, it just freezes. This also requires a hard reboot. I have done a lot of troubleshooting, including reinstalling Windows from the restore microSD (which is actually a nice inclusion). I have also avoided installing any updates and drivers, yet all of the aforementioned problems persist. I am not the only one who has experienced these problems. HP support forums have a few threads on these issues. It's also very difficult to find any support on HP's website. January 10, 2014

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Warranty information

This product is covered by the standard HP warranty

Support information

Support for this product is provided by HP Customer Care

Returns & exchange information

The HP Home & Home Office Store will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 21 days after delivery

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Special features

Windows 8.1

Newest operating system from Microsoft

Office 2013

Includes Office Home & Student 2013, $139.99 value, for productivity right out of the box.

Quick-ship

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Screen size

10.1 diagonal screen

25GB lifetime cloud storage from Box®

Box® provides simple, secure sharing from anywhere with internet access for your personal and business files.

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