HP ElitePad 900 takes on enterprise tablets with a sturdy chassis and ‘smart jackets’

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The HP ElitePad 900 might seem a bit familiar — it’s the mystery device that snuck its way into a few HP commercials over the last few months. It’s a sturdy 10.1-inch tablet, wrapped in an aluminum chassis with a Gorilla Glass display. The imple silver body is interrupted by a black plastic band running along the top edge that makes way for wireless radios and NFC. At 1.5 pounds the ElitePad sidles up alongside Dell’s Latitude 10, but lacks that device’s removable battery. The screen is appreciably bright with a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and generous viewing angles, but reflections were an issue in the venue’s admittedly harsh fluorescent lighting.

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