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HP ElitePad 900: Windows 8 tablet with a rugged, but the standard display

The new Windows 8 tablet HP ElitePad 900 is positioned as a business grade solution with the appropriate capabilities and features of the design. For example, ElitePad 900 meets military standards of protection MIL-spec 810G. That is, the tablet can safely withstand a drop from a height of one meter onto a hard surface, not afraid of dust and dirt, protected from water spray. The thickness of the 10-inch tablet is only 9.2 mm, weight – 680 g.

HP ElitePad 900

 

The housing is made of aluminium, glass display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, the matrix display technology is based on the IPS, but the resolution is not very high by modern standards – 1280×800 pixels. At the core of the HP ElitePad 900 is the platform Clover Trail, which makes the new product very good potential in terms of autonomy. HP ElitePad 900 can operate without recharging up to 10 hours, with an extra battery – up to 18 hours. The maximum amount of RAM for a SoC – 2 GB of disk space – 32 or 64 GB.

HP ElitePad 900
Also, the HP ElitePad 900 tablet has an 8-mp camera on the back (it can record video in the resolution of 1080p) and front camera for video chat. If necessary, the internal memory can be increased with cards microSD. Optional ElitePad 900 will come with a 3G/4G modem.

HP ElitePad 900
Along with the tablet, HP has introduced several accessories for it. Apart from the traditional stand with additional full-sized ports will also be available two SmartJacket cover and a set of adapters. One of the covers not only protects your device, but also allows the use of an extra battery, and input / output ports. The second accessory contains built-in keyboard, a slot for memory cards and additional ports. We also note the possibility of pen input.

HP ElitePad 900
About the price of new HP ElitePad 900 product, manufacturer has not revealed, and moreover release date promises not until January of next year.