The 13-ounce Slate 7 will be powered by a 1.6GHz ARM Cortez A9 dual-core processor, though it will only come with a pedestrian 1,024x600-resolution display and 8GB of internal storage. (It does include a microSD card slot for additional capacity, however.) In addition to the usual gray casing, the new HP tablet will offer a red option. It also includes the usual specs like front- and rear-facing cameras and micro-USB port, though it will be the first tablet to feature built-in Beats Audio technology. Also being promoted is HP's ePrint technology, which makes it easy to wirelessly print from most applications on the Slate 7.