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Great apps and digitisation tech make for an excellent productivity tool

HP Pro Slate 12

from The Inquirer (about 1 month ago)

The HP Pro Slate 12 is a worthy productivity tool for most businesses, with great apps and reliable digitisation tech, even if the Duet Pen can't quite handle the ruled lines of certain design work and it's running a slightly outdated processor and operating system.Nonetheless, there's much more to... More

  8/10

Business tablet with an innovative digitizer and security features

HP Pro Slate 8

from Notebookcheck (about 1 month ago)

Very good alternative tablets would be Sony's Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact or Apple's iPad Mini 3, sometimes for half the price. HP's Pro Slate 8 is actually only worthwhile for users who need security features or a docking port. However, the corresponding docking station is also quite expensive. Too ba... More

  8.7/10

Full version of Windows on a smaller device

HP Stream 7

from Notebookcheck (7 months ago)

Users in the market for a Windows tablet with outstanding battery life but with a modest budget should take a look at the HP Stream 7. If other qualities matter as well, the decision might be more difficult: the camera modules, for example, are mediocre at best and although the display is bright, th... More

  7.8/10

A productivity-focused powerhouse tablet

HP ElitePad 1000

from Laptop Magazine (8 months ago)

The HP ElitePad 1000 gives professionals looking for a Windows 8 tablet an IT-friendly solution with a sharp 8-MP camera. But the competing Lenovo ThinkPad 10 provides a better optional keyboard and longer battery life for less money. If you have more money to spend, the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 offe... More

  6/10

Morphs into anything with the right case, for the wrong price

HP ElitePad 1000

from Digital Trends (8 months ago)

Like its previous iteration, the ElitePad 1000 is a well-built tablet that’s also one of the most versatile mobile devices available. And with updated internals, it’s also better equipped to take on more than just basic productivity.But its price is hard to justify, especially when you s... More

  6/10

Solid specs, accessories allow for flexibility

HP ElitePad 1000

from TabletPCReview (8 months ago)

It seems to us that the HP ElitePad 1000 G2 is trying to be all things to all people. That’s somewhat understandable because business-oriented tablets get used for personal tasks, too, but it means the company has set an almost impossible goal for itself. But that’s at least qualified by... More

  6.5/10

Faster, better, still rugged

HP ElitePad 1000

from PCWorld (9 months ago)

It doesn’t get much better than the ElitePad 1000 in a Windows 8.1 business tablet, and kudos to HP for improving what needed to be improved without drastically increasing the weight. It’s fast enough, lasts long enough, and has a capable set of accessories.

  8/10

Windows tablet with respectable battery life lacks true laptop power

HP ElitePad 1000

from PC Advisor (10 months ago)

If you need to work with Windows programs and need a totable tablet with almost usable battery life, the ElitePad fulfills the job. As a first-choice device that can serve in a laptop role too, it's rather underpowered and will have you yearning for the power of even a budget laptop.

  6/10

Business tablets don’t get much better than this

HP ElitePad 1000

from Chip Chick (10 months ago)

HP Describes the ElitePad 1000 G2 as the “true tablet for business” and after spending some time with it, we understand why. The 10 inch display on the system offers the perfect balance in terms of productivity, while also allowing the device to be travel friendly. Meanwhile the 4G LTE c... More

A reliable business companion

HP ElitePad 1000

from Notebookcheck (about 1 year ago)

People trying to find an alternative to a classical business notebook are likely to be disappointed by the HP ElitePad 1000 G2: only a few ports, performance deficiencies, missing features - the list of flaws is long.The actual intention of the tablet is, however, not to replace a notebook. We consi... More

  8.2/10

Love it but its destroyed by KitKat

HP Slate 7 Extreme

(6 months ago)

The tablet is awesome but since KitKat. The tablet stops responding and it algs at times. Overheats

  6/10

So far so good..... only have had it about two weeks

HP Omni 10

(about 1 year ago)

I compared this dell venue 8, Asus transformer, Samsung galaxy tab 3, Samsung galaxy note 8 and HP netbook with touchscreen. I am keeping the Omni 10because it is a great little machine. I can use the micro USB to USB female adapter and attach my external hard drive. I can listen to my music that... More

  8/10

Great for the price.

HP Slate 7

(about 1 year ago)

I bought this tablet,not thinking too much about it based on previous experience with Coby Kyros and Craig Midi. The HP pleasantly surprised me. It does work quiet well for me,browsing via wi fi is actually quite reasonable,camera is good , and not much to complain about. I've used an I pad as well,... More

  9/10

Incredible upgrade from my last UMPC

HP Slate 500

(4 years ago)

I've only had this for a few days so far but this is an initial review. What I like the most is that the 2 antennas together are MUCH better than the other UMPC that I had -- I can go much, much further from my wi-fi routers than I used to -- and still have great reception. This is one thing that... More

  9/10

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About HP

The Hewlett-Packard Company, better known simply as HP, is a prodigious producer of a wide range of electronic products. Its contribution to cell phones has been exclusively smartphone devices running a Windows OS.

HP is based in Palto Alto, California and is one of the oldest American electronics companies, having been formed in 1939 by William Hewlett and David Packard. HP has a deep, rich history of innovation and invention.

HP’s line of iPAQ cell phones are powerful, weighty devices with large screens and significant processing speeds. These are not typical phones for the occasional call. These are business and productivity tools that, while they make up only a small segment of the wireless market, do have a loyal following, due in part to their use of the Windows platform.

While there is much to be said for HP’s line of cell phone products, they appear to remain conservatively involved, at least when compared to the likes of LG Electronics, Sony, and other companies who, like HP, make many different products.

Should HP decide to put its other foot in the wireless water, it could become a stronger competitor to the likes of Blackberry and Apple. Until then, they continue to develop and enhance their iPAQ line of smart phones.

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