Specs summary

Screen
10.1"

The HP Omni 10's screen is 10.1 inches with 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution.

Processor
2.39GHz

There is a Intel Atom Z3770 Quad core 2.39 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The tablet runs on the Windows 8.1 operating system (OS).

Camera
8+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the tablet's onboard 8+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera with 2+ megapixels resolution.
Storage
32 GB

Internal memory is 32 GB. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
31WHr

The tablet is powered by a Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol), 31 WHr battery. HP's performance ratings are 9 minutes Wi-Fi surfing.


Prices (Where to Buy)


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HP Omni 10 32GB, Wi-Fi, 10in - Black (Latest Model)

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HP Omni 10 5600EA 10” Tablet Windows 10 Intel Z3770 Quad Core 32GB 2GB Full HD

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HP Omni 10 5600ES 10” Tablet Windows 10 Intel Z3770 Quad Core 32GB 2GB Full HD

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Reviews (8.2/10 Avg. rating)


A surprisingly impressive device and the first Windows tablet you must see

from APC (2 years ago)

The Omni 10 is powered by the new quad-core ‘Bay Trail’ Atom Z3770, 32GB of flash and 2GB of RAM, but it’s the 10-inch/1920×1200-pixel panel that is the surprise packet here. It’s remarkably good, given the price tag. Battery life from its 8500mAh battery turned out at... More

The Omni 10 is powered by the new quad-core ‘Bay Trail’ Atom Z3770, 32GB of flash and 2GB of RAM, but it’s the 10-inch/1920×1200-pixel panel that is the surprise packet here. It’s remarkably good, given the price tag. Battery life from its 8500mAh battery turned out at a tick under nine hours, which is nothing to sneeze at and better than a few Android models we’ve tested. We’re further impressed the HP Omni 10 does all of this with an iPad 3-like 648-grams weight.

There’s no USB charging, instead you use a supplied DC-plugged power brick.

Running the Windows 8 desktop without a stylus is still a bit of a problem, but with HDMI, USB-OTG, decent battery life and good speed, it looks like the Wintel alliance still has a trick or two to show those market young’uns. 

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9/10

A good value tablet for content consumption and occasional content creation

from TabletPCReview (2 years ago)

The HP Omni10 is a good budget-friendly content-consumption device out of the box when compared to other Windows 8 tablets. If buyers want to use the device as a PC content-creation unit, one would need to add an additional $99 annual Office365 subscription or other third-party web-based office prod... More

The HP Omni10 is a good budget-friendly content-consumption device out of the box when compared to other Windows 8 tablets. If buyers want to use the device as a PC content-creation unit, one would need to add an additional $99 annual Office365 subscription or other third-party web-based office productivity apps.

The tablet could use an external Bluetooth keyboard and stand to make it into a workhorse in order to cross it over from a consumer consumption device to a business productivity tool. 

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7/10

The tablet can run even demanding applications simultaneously without lagging

from Notebookcheck (2 years ago)

The test model can hold its own. The times are gone when starting a program would take ages and the user would have to wait patiently while a blank window in front of him slowly added content. Bay Trail makes the tablets fit for multi-tasking. Up till today, we recommended staying away from the Inte... More

The test model can hold its own. The times are gone when starting a program would take ages and the user would have to wait patiently while a blank window in front of him slowly added content. Bay Trail makes the tablets fit for multi-tasking. Up till today, we recommended staying away from the Intel Atom tablets as they could not offer a smooth Windows experience, but this 10 inch model from HP has changed our mind. It is cheaper than the Clovertrail tablets and performs far better. The test model is equipped with a Full HD panel with strong colors and the run times of up to 5 hours are acceptable. The 8 MP main camera captures decent pictures and finally MS Office is a nice addition

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8.7/10

So far so good..... only have had it about two weeks

(2 years ago)

I compared this dell venue 8, Asus transformer, Samsung galaxy tab 3, Samsung galaxy note 8 and HP netbook with touchscreen. I am keeping the Omni 10because it is a great little machine. I can use the micro USB to USB female adapter and attach my external hard drive. I can listen to my music that... More

I compared this dell venue 8, Asus transformer, Samsung galaxy tab 3, Samsung galaxy note 8 and HP netbook with touchscreen. I am keeping the Omni 10because it is a great little machine. I can use the micro USB to USB female adapter and attach my external hard drive. I can listen to my music that was burned using media creator from roxy and work on any of my old word docs because it came with office 2013 I only wish that it had the reading mode of the note 8 which I love on the note because I can reduce the glare of the web and kindle app. You can use external sd card and store both kindle and adobe reader on the external card or hard drive so you dont need a huge internal hard drive. This does what it is supposed to do it gives me a mobile pc desktop! I like it much better than the surface; yes I tried it too. I did not like the power connector on the surface. The four little connectors are just way too plasticky and fragile. This is a much better alternative and a better value at the same price ($ 349 at office depot holiday sale). This is a solid build. I only wish that Microsoft had not gone the way of google requiring a windows account to install apps but Apple started this craziness with iTunes and everyone followed. I miss the old days when my relationship was between me and my pc typing away in my office. Now I always feel big brother overlooking my shoulder whether its Microsoft, Google, Apple, HP, Samsung, its kind of stalkerish.

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8/10