The tablet features HP ElitePad Smart Jackets, which add connectivity options and longer battery life, along with specific add-ons that customise the tablet for specialised uses.
“Many organizations are forced to trade design for functionality when making technology purchasing decisions,” said HP Kenya managing director Charles Kuria. “By combining the style and user experience consumers demand with the features IT requires, the HP ElitePad shows that customers can have it all.”
The ElitePad is an ultra thin, lightweight Microsoft Windows 8 tablet. It offers full serviceability, enhanced security and manageability found in HP Elite PCs, packed with a battery that passed over 115,000 hours of tests.
HP’s Executive Tablet Pen lets customers write messages and notes in their natural handwriting directly on screen and then save or convert to typed text for use in other applications.