A relatively new face on the tablet PC scene, HP has introduced quite a few pint-sized laptop replacements of late, both running Windows and built on Google’s Android platform.
There’s nothing “Plus” about this little guy’s hardware, yet for $100, it surely offers enough punch. Not to mention since its release, a limited-time promo brought that down to $85, and a permanent Amazon deal to $93.49.
Of course, you do get what you pay for with the sub-$100 7 Plus, which is why HP is apparently looking to slightly up the ante. A 7 Plus G2 has been spotted paying a visit to the FCC, and the first glaring upgrade is 3G support.
The connectivity department is also tweaked to accommodate Bluetooth, but otherwise, the G2 might as well be an exact replica of the first-gen 7 Plus.