Engadget post time: May 10, 2013 at 02:00AM
HP’s business PCs have always been surprisingly pretty. Not that good looks are high on our list of criteria, mind you, but at the very least they make a strong impression. Now that companies have gotten more comfortable with tablets (and Windows 8 in particular) HP is selling the ElitePad 900, its first Win 8 tablet built for the enterprise. Like all those EliteBook laptops that came before it, it has a metal chassis that’s not only sleek, but meets the military’s MIL-Spec standards too. Otherwise, it has everything you’d expect from a business tablet: support for pen input, mobile broadband and security features like TPM. It’s also being sold alongside various accessories, including some cases that add further functionality besides just protection from scratches. With a starting price of $699 for the 32GB model, though, it’s a little more expensive than its competitors. Does that mean it’s a little bit better too?
Reference source: Engadget