HP unveils Window 8 ‘ElitePad 900’ Slate
Targeting completely business seekers, Hewlett Packard has launched a business tablet called ‘HP ElitePad 900’ which is a Windows 8-powered HP Slate coming with a 10.1” larger display and comfortable in handling with just 9.2mm thick.
The HP ElitePad 900 is a pack of enhancing features for Windows 8 users designed aluminum and for front a Gorilla Glass 2 used. Users can also enjoy high definition of video recording as well as face to face interaction on web by CyberLink YouCam software of HP Slate which come with touch, pen or voice input system.
HP announced that its latest Slate would be powered by next generation Intel Atom processor and has 2GB of RAM, a 64GB SSD and built in integrated graphics.
Supporting a product enhancing eco friendly as well as business friendly accessories, HP ElitePad 900 will available with Smart Productivity Jacket including an integrated keyboard, many connectivity ports like USB ports and HDMI and there is also SD card reader.
It is expected that an optional Jacket battery, a Rugged Case will add in this device with a Docking Station, promising a business centric tablet PC experience with a 1080p front facing video camera and an 8 megapixel rear camera along with an LED flash.
This business oriented tablet, HP ElitePad 900 is likely to be hit on shelves of the U.S. shores by next year in January 2013, while still no detail about price is to be revealed.