HP ElitePad 900 launched

HP India has introduced the new tablet ElitePad 900 recently. This new tablet comes with the optional HP ElitePad Smart Jacket for connectivity options. Additionally you can also avail the ultra-slim battery that will support longer running of processes. Primarily designed to suit Windows 8 operating needs the tablet, is a wispy tablet that barely weighs anything. HP India always offers great after sales service, and HP reiterated this service specialty at the launch. The HP ElitePad 900 is presently priced at Rs 43,500 give or take. HP-ElitePad-900 Mr. Vinay Awasthi, Senior Director, Product Category, PPS, HP India said, “Tablets are increasingly finding their way in the work environment and companies now recognize the importance of mobility offered by tablets, to executives and key employees. With the launch of Elitepad 900, HP continues to drive innovation that best suits India’s technology and mobility needs.” “Enterprise workforce has to be extremely mobile today and hence they need a device that can help them to be more productive, while ensuring security aspects. The HP Elitepad is that perfect device for today’s mobile workforce as it combines great style and user experience along with manageability and security features”, said Mr. Sunish Raghavan, Head, Commercial PC Category, Printing and Personal Systems Group, HP India. The ElitePad 900 is easy to handle despite its sizeable 10.1-inch diagonal display. Due to its light weight of only 0.63 kg and its dimensions of 9.2 mm the tablet can be easily carted around. The HP ElitePad uses has Corning Gorilla Glass 2. It has an 8Megapixel camera which works with CyberLink YouCam services (HP’s very own) with LED flash. There is also a 1080p front facing video camera. Users can also print directly to any ePrint enabled HP printer for easy printing capabilities. The tablet will have a one-year base warranty that can be increased to three years with extra charge. HP claims that the new HP Multi-Tablet Charging Module can charge and store almost 10 tablet PCs using only one power outlet.

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