HP’s first Windows tablet with an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor is now available for pre-order. The HP Omni 10 is up for pre-order from The Microsoft Store for $399.

The tablet has a 10.1 inch, full HD display, a quad-core processor, Windows 8.1 software, and HP claims it should run for up to 8.5 hours on a charge.

Update: The HP Omni 10 is now available for purchase.

HP Omni 10

The HP Omni 10 is powered by a 1.46 GHz Intel Atom Z3770 processor and features 2GB of RAM and at least 32GB of storage. It has an 8MP rear camera and 2MP front-facing camera, a 1920 x 1200 pixel display, and a sturdy Gorilla Glass 2 screen.

HP’s tablet supports 5-point multitouch input and features a micro USB port, micro HDMI port, microSD card slot, and a 31Whr battery. It supports 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, and Miracast wireless display technology.

The Omni 10 measures 10.2″ x 7.1″ x 0.4″ and weighs 1.4 pounds.

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12 replies on “HP Omni 10 Windows tablet up for pre-order for $399”

  1. I bought one from Office Depot back in December, wouldn’t charge so returned it. Got a second one, it charged once, returned that one and was done. No idea if it was a Windoze problem, the tablet, battery, charger – didn’t really matter. Was quite nice until the batteries drained.

  2. The release date was Nov 7th. Does anyone actually have one of these yet? They offered next day shipping so someone should.

  3. if was 4gb !! i cant use my development tools with just 2gb!!, and i need a 64 bit OS!!!

  4. Finally the full HD bay trail I wish it had thinner bezel , still am getting it

  5. Good price for a full Windows 8 tablet with FULL HD display and Bay trail processor.

    Hopefully HP releases a keyboard dock.

  6. why does it look like it has a 4:3 screen on this site? i’ll get it if it does.

    1. Looks like the 16:10 display that it is to me, particularly from the front on view. (Note that the above specs are wrong, the resolution as per the linked Microsoft site or the HP site and widely reported beforehand is 1920×1200.) The slightly side on view may be slightly misleading due to the perspective but it still doesn’t look 4:3 to me (note I’m typing this on an iPad 2 i.e. something with a 4:3 screen). Which makes sense, since it isn’t.

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