HP has a take on the Windows 8 tablet aiming at enterprise use-- the ElitePad 900, a 10-inch tablet similar to high-end EliteBook laptops from the company.
It carries an Atom-based Intel Clover Trail processor, 2GB of RAM and either 32 or 64GB of eMMC storage. The display handles resolutions of up to 1280 x 800, making it slightly disappointing, while cameras come in 1080p (front-facing) and 8MP (rear) varieties.
Input is not limited to touch-- the device also allows for pen- and voice-based input.
Like the EliteBook laptops the industrial design looks premium, with CNC-machined aluminium construction and Gorilla Glass 2 coating the 400-nit IPS display.
HP sells a duo of "SmartJacket" accessories for the tablet-- the Productivity Jacket (with integrated keyboard, SD card reader and connectivity ports) and Expansion Jacket (with x2 USB ports, HDMI-out and room for optional battery expansion). Further accessories include standards such as a docking station, a "military-grade" rugged case and a tablet pen.