When we talk about tablets, chances are you might be thinking about tablets like the iPad, the Nexus 7, and so on. Those are tablets designed for consumers, but what about those in the enterprise who might want something a little more robust? Well that’s where HP comes in with their brand new ElitePad 1000 G2 which the company is calling a “total business solution”. So what makes this an enterprise tablet? Well for starters the tablet will come with a host of ports that HP believes will make the tablet a possible laptop replacement, such as full-sized HDMI ports, along with a host of accessories and features.
The tablet will come with a 10.1-inch 1920×1200 display and will be powered by an Intel Atom Bay Trail quad-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz. It will also feature Intel HD Graphics, 4GB of RAM, and will be available in 64GB of 128GB storage options which can be further expanded via SDXC memory cards. There will also be DTS Sound+ and built-in stereo speakers for those who might be looking for a bit of entertainment alongside productivity, integrated microphones, and will run on Windows 8.1 Pro. Priced at $739, the HP ElitePad 1000 G2 will be available starting in March 2014.
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