First Look: The HP ElitePad 900 gets full Windows 8 treatment
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First Look: The HP ElitePad 900 gets full Windows 8 treatment

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The HP ElitePad 900 is a full Windows 8 tablet for business users. It's coming in January.

-Hey guys, Eric Franklin here with CNET and today I'm taking a look at the HP Elite Pad 900. Now, this is a full Windows 8 tablet being marketed towards businesses. It runs an Intel x86 processor. It has an 8 megapixel camera on the back, a 2 megapixel camera on the front. It has micro SD storage expansion. It has an aluminum body and even the volume rocker is made of aluminum as well. It has a very solid built about 1-1/2 pound of weight. It will have WiFi, 3G, and 4G capabilities, although we're not sure what providers will be planning that selling their service yet. Once again this is the Elite Pad 900 from HP. It will be available in January 2013 for $700. I'm Eric Franklin for CNET.

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