Updated on:Aug 30, 2015
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The Windows 8 Tablet for Businessmen
The HP ElitePad 900 is a Windows 8 tablet. It has a 10.1-inch LED IPS Multi Touch touchscreen with 1280 x 800 pixels display resolution.
The ElitePad 900 is powered by a 1.8 GHz dual core Intel Atom CloverTrail processor with 2GB of RAM. It comes in two options of internal memory - 32GB and 64GB which can be expanded via Micro SD card. The tablet houses an 8MP rear camera and a 1080 pixels front facing camera for video calling.
Connectivity options for the ElitePad 900 include 3G, 4G, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, Mobile Data card reader, NFC. The tablet runs on a 25Whr Li-polymer battery
The HP ElitePad 900 is a great tablet from HP with wonderful features suitable for businessmen. The tablet ensures fast browsing with great viewing experience. It has a powerful battery along with an additional charging socket, that will allow long browsing hours.
HP`s ElitePad 900 is a Windows tablet for the business market that features a semi-ruggedised construction, built-in security tools, and the ability to be expanded with a range of accessories such as Smart Jackets that envelope the device and add extra......
Pros: Solid construction; good battery life; Computrace and HP Client Security tools
Cons: Modest performance; few I/O ports; integrated battery
Verdict: HP`s ElitePad 900 is a semi-rugged Windows tablet optimised for the corporate environment, with includes security and management tools. Its lack of I/O ports may make this tablet less attractive than some comparable devices unless buyers also invest ...
The USP of the EliteBook is its optional accessories, also called "Smart Jackets" that extend its capabilities with additions such as extra battery life, connectivity ports, a keyboard, a stylus or memory-card slots. We try to find out if the tablet can become your only computing device replacing the laptop. Design/ BuildThe HP ElitePad 900 is one of the more sleek Windows 8 tablets that we`ve come across. Its form factor is pretty similar to the...
Technology companies have entered a race. The goal? Successfully fusing the tablet with the laptop. The prize? A product as revolutionary as the iPad. Oh, and money … lots and lots of money. While the finish line is within every company’s sight, no one knows how to reach it. All attempts so far (including some we’ve reviewed, like the Microsoft Surface Pro and Sony Vaio Duo) are marred by obvious flaws. Worse, those flaws aren’t the resul...
Pros: Attractive design,Excellent build quality,Bright, high-gamut display,Reasonable price,
Cons: Poor connectivity without optional jacket,Average display resolution,Slow processor,Expensive, so-so peripherals,
Verdict: HP believes there’s a demand in the enterprise market for tablets that can go feasibly go anywhere and do anything. We agree, but don’t agree that the 900 is capable of filling that role. Much of the problem lies with the limits of current techno...
The HP ElitePad 900 ($799 list) is an enterprise-oriented Windows 8 slate tablet that combines the looks of a consumer-oriented tablet like the Apple iPad with enterprise friendly features that corporate users need. It`s an all-day tablet with a plethora of add-on accessories that bridge the gap between laptop and tablet, without being classified as a hybrid or convertible tablet. It`s got all day battery performance and 4G HSPA+ WWAN networking,...
Pros: 16x10 aspect ratio on display. Simple design. Full size HDMI on Expansion Jacket. Enterprise ready accessories. Has NFC.
Cons: Cons No ports on tablet chassis, requires Expansion Jacket for USB, HDMI, etc. No alternate charging. MicroSD and SIM slot requires paper clip. Limited multimedia creation. Doesn't work with Wacom digitizer stylus.