Hewlett-Packard India launches business tablet HP ElitePad 900
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PC major Hewlett-Packard today launched in India its business tablet priced at Rs 43,500 that is powered by latest processors for faster computing.
"HP ElitePad 900 is an ultra-thin, lightweight tablet designed for Windows 8. It is the device that can help the enterprise workforce to be more productive while ensuring security aspects," said Sunish Raghavan, Head, HP India, Printing and Personal Systems Group (Commercial PC Category).
Powered by next generation Intel mobile processors, the HP Elitepad delivers PC productivity for those on the go and Intel x86 compatibility for existing business application support, Raghavan said.
He said productivity-enhancing ecosystem of the optional HP Smart Jackets and additional accessories designed specifically for HP ElitePad expand the tablet's potential.
The HP ElitePad Jacket includes an integrated keyboard, connectivity ports, SD card reader and adjustable viewing angles, he added.
Weighing 0.63 kg, the HP ElitePad offers a 10.1 inch diagonal display, measuring at 9.2 mm and is available at a starting price of approximately Rs 43,500.
HP ElitePad has 1080p front-facing video camera and 8 megapixel (MP) rear camera with an Led flash and also includes CyberLink YouCam software. It is optimised for Windows 8 and supports touch-and pen-input.
The HP ElitePad uses CNC-machined aluminium and Corning Gorilla Glass 2, he added.
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