HP Touts 'True' Business Tablet : HP ElitePad 900

Summary: The world's biggest PC maker unveils a new 10-inch tablet, set for a January release, in a bid to take on the Windows 8 enterprise and business market. 

HP declared today its second Windows 8-powered product, the HP ElitePad 900, first seen during strange ads performed at the Olympic games that recommended an even more recent product was on the way.

The statement of the ElitePad 900 comes a few days after the company's strategy to "aggressively attack" the smart phone and product market was known as "risky" by Jefferies specialist Chris Misek.

It also comes less than monthly since the PC manufacturer revealed off its new Windows 8-powered 'all-on-one' PCs, which range from contact and non-touch devices that resembled much of the design features of Apple's iMac and technology, such as key pad and track pad.

The new product, running Windows next-generation os, set for release later this 30 days, has a 10-inch display that offers enterprise-grade functions and performance.

Designed for business and government users in mind, HP says, the device includes:
  • A 10-inch screen featuring Gorilla Glass 2, running at a 1280x800 (16:10 ratio) resolution;
  • Intel Atom (x86) processor (though details are yet to be released);
  • 2GB RAM, with 32GB or 64GB solid-state storage;
  • A slimline and lightweight chassis, weighing 1.5 pounds at 9.2 millimeters thin;
  • An ultra-slim battery for around eight-hours run time, with additional battery functionality;
  • Enterprise features, including enhanced security and drive encryption;
  • 1080p front-facing camera; 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash;
  • SIM-slot for always-on connectivity and remote geographic policy management;
  • Military-grade durability for drops, vibration, dust and temperature extremes.
The system comes with a group of new components switching it into a "total business solution," which normally must be bought independently.

The HP ElitePad Efficiency Coat functions a key pad and connection slots, similar to that of Windows Area product sleeve; the HP ElitePad Development Coat that has on an prolonged battery pack when linked and other USB and HDMI connection options; and the HP ElitePad Docking Place which can be used as another display for multi-tasking.

Also on offer is the HP ElitePad Strong Case for military-grade protection against lumps, scrapes and the like, and the HP Professional Tablet Pen functions as the lamps stylus pen.

The system will go on sale in Jan 2013, just in time for the post-Christmas holiday sales. Costs was not revealed -- this will be declared at a later date -- but you can bet your bottom money that the cost will be priced well with the Area product, Windows own product providing.
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