- Adama D. Brown , TabletPCReview
The second-generation HP ElitePad 1000 has a base unit that's a solid but expensive no-frills Windows 8 tablet, with the option for significant expansion for those willing to pay the price.
Reviews (6.8/10 Avg. rating)
A productivity-focused powerhouse tablet
Morphs into anything with the right case, for the wrong price
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 start factoring in accessories. The tablet itself can be found online for about $700 if you shop around. But add $200 for the keyboard-packing Productivity jacket, and you’re up to $900. For $30 more than that, you could get a much more powerful Surface Pro 3 with a Core i3 proce... Full review
Solid specs, accessories allow for flexibility
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 the fact that this device is doing it smarter than most would.
It offers what is a relatively slim and durable base unit for a Windows 8 tablet, at the expense of flexibility; but then offers the flexibility as a series of add-ons, some of which provide very significant benefits inclu... Full review
Faster, better, still rugged
Windows tablet with respectable battery life lacks true laptop power
Business tablets don’t get much better than this
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 connectivity makes this super practical for business people who are always on the go. Also, the durable build quality means that it can take whatever you throw at it, and it’s attractive to boot – we can easily see a high powered exec in a power-suit toting this device around. Pricing... Full review
A reliable business companion
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 consider the ElitePad as an especially mobile (secondary) device, which is best suited for meetings or journeys. Under this point of view, versatility of the product is the biggest advantage: in principle, performance is sufficient for all business tasks; additional interfaces are easily o... Full review
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- HP ElitePad 1000 Manual (PDF)
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