The enterprise tablet market is not a very large one, and users in this particular niche can be said to be more demanding of the hardware that they use, simply because time is money – and if one were to be as productive as possible, then it would mean saving , or making a whole lot of money within the shortest time possible. Having said that, HP intends to deliver an entry level tablet to the enterprise market in the form of the HP Pro Tablet 408 G1.
The HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 will allow you to remain connected at all times, coming in an 8″ form factor that is nice and comfortable to use even with a single hand. Not only that, one would be able to have reliable access to applications alongside a slew of optional mobile accessories that will do their bit to keep you productive while you are on the move.
Running on Windows 8.1, this Intel Atom-powered tablet will feature 2GB RAM, up to 64GB of internal memory, an 8″ IPS display, dual stereo speakers, a microphone, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, a microSDXC memory card slot for expansion purposes, micro HDMI and micro USB support, a 2MP shooter in front and an 8MP camera at the back with auto focus and flash, which are pretty decent specifications to let you get started right out of the box. Oh yeah, there will be Office 365 Personal on select models that should let you get crackin’ right from the start.
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