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Dated: 13th Jun 2013
HP's ElitePad 900-Windows 8-based tablet


This tablet runs business apps

Run all your normal Windows applications on a handheld device—on the road and docked at your desk By Robert Green, Cadalyst Contributing Expert

Wouldn’t it be great to have a compact, portable tablet-style device that could also run your Windows applications like a compact notebook? 
Say hello to HP's ElitePad 900 Windows 8-based tablet

The Hardware Specification

The ElitePad 900’s hardware is based on the Intel® Atom™ Z2760 processor with 2 GB of system memory and up to 64 GB of solid state disk (SSD) internal storage with a Micro HCSD card slot for additional swappable storage.

Running Windows 8 on a 16:10 aspect ratio 10.1" diagonal display (1,280 x 800) Gorilla Glass touch screen with a 533-MHz Intel® Graphics Median Accelerator gives it a very tablet-like feel, even though it's really a lightweight Windows computer. In addition, with the 16:10 aspect ratio you can view forms, documents, and the like in full view while in portrait mode. It weighs just 1.5 lbs and measures 9.2 mm thin. With a forward-facing 1080 webcam; an 8-megapixel, rear-facing camera; and integrated Wi-Fi (HSPA+ radio optional), the ElitePad is a natural for web conferencing and photo documenting at remote job sites.

The ElitePad 900 has all of its normal interface points and controls strategically placed around its business-rugged aluminum  housing with an additional docking port at the bottom which offers numerous connectivity options.

Docking Station, Jackets and Peripherals

One of the complaints about most tablets is the lack of a desktop-style keyboard and external monitor setup. The optional docking station solves these problems while adding charging, USB and RJ45 connectivity, audio line out, and HDMI interface ports. With this type of external capability, the ElitePad 900 could easily become a great solution for travelers working on PowerPoint presentations or video playback at trade show booths.

And, if a docking station isn’t required, you can still add USB 2.0, HDMI, and SD card reader functionality by expanding the HP ElitePad Expansion Jacket and longer battery life HP ElitePad Jacket Battery (sold separately).

Because the ElitePad 900 runs Windows, it's compatible with Windows applications as well as alternate input devices such as keyboards and pens.

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