It's a great design, but the screen looks terrible (too much ...
10 October 2014
Summary: It's a great design, but the screen looks terrible (too much backlight, silvery sheen, bad viewing angles), and there's no auto-brightness sensor. Also the microUSB port is sensitive and I've read if you're not careful with it it breaks easily.
After 6 months I can only say: Buy the A1000 by Lenovo instead.
Living Life In The Midwest, Amazon
22 March 2014
Summary: I bought two of the HP Slate 7 and two of the Lenovo Ideatab A1000. At the time they were both pretty equally rated in reviews from other websites with the only complaint about the A1000 being that it has memory issues.
Summary: The Micro USB charging port built into the tablet broke off within 2 months of having the device. Became difficult to charge unless the Cable was in there just the right angle, until it didnt charge at all. Noticed that it snapped off.
Misplaced Buttons & Ports Result in Unusable Tablet - Terrible Design Flaws
Amazon Customer, Amazon
9 February 2014
Summary: This is a reasonably well working tablet. I really have no issue with how the electronics of the tablet are. I'm satisfied with the speed, the screen resolution, the sound, the display. I have read reviews that the display didn't compare with other tablets, but I don't agree.
Summary: I have had this for 5 months now and have had nothing but problems. I have called HP Tech Support several times for them to give it a temporay fix and then I'm calling again within a few weeks. I have always loved HP products and would swear by them but this one is making me think again.