$99 USD direct from HP, or you can get it from the Microsoft store or on Amazon.
Add a $5 USD USB OTG adapter and it cant be beat!
Runs Windows 8 amazingly well.
Due to the screen size, I wouldn't recommend building a tune from scratch on it. It'll work in a pinch to tweak a table. It should work great for flashing and logging though.
More info to come.
Built engine + WMI + GTX3071, ~476WHP @31-32PSI
2008 Icy Blue Mazda CX7
Stock engine and exhaust (YES!!), JBR3" + GTX2867 gen2 + Autotech HPFP, self-tuned to 320-ish BHP
HP Stream 7 tablet does NOT run Windows RT, it includes a full featured version of Windows 8.1Deldran wrote:Nice any reason this wouldn't work on any Windows 8 tablet, that is not RT.
I use my Lenovo ThinkPad yoga, which is great and portable with a keyboard
VersaTuner will not work with Windows RT, it needs "regular" Windows to work. It runs fine on any device that runs Windows XP to 8.1
We just wanted to find and test a cheap, but well specced tablet that we could recommend to people for logging and flashing in their cars.
If you already have a portable Windows device that you love - feel free to use it. In fact, you can install VT on as many PCs as you want, so you can have a copy installed on your desktop PC for log analysis and tune creation and have a tablet or laptop in the car for logging and flashing on the go.
And to be honest, I prefer the full color high resolution touchscreen of a tablet to the small pixelated screens of other embedded logging and flashing devices.