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HP ElitePad 1000 G2 10.1” (Wi-Fi)
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HP ElitePad 1000 G2 10.1” (Wi-Fi)

condition: very good
colour: silver
storage: 4gb
Trading since 1999 with over 5 million devices sold!

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Condition Information
The 10.1-inch HP ElitePad 1000 G2 is a convertible Windows 8.1 business tablet that succeeds the ElitePad 900, which was released in 2013. That device failed to set pulses racing thanks to its average 800p display and Clover Trail-based Intel Atom CPU, but it managed to stand out from the crowd thanks to a number of "jacket" accessories designed to boost factors such as battery life and security.

HP has set out to improve its latest ElitePad In almost every way by adding a faster processor, more RAM and upgrading the display. The ElitePad 1000 G2 starts at £586 ($739) for 64GB eMMC storage, rising to £813 ($1,009) for the same specs and 128GB capacity.

Design and display
The ElitePad 1000 G2's chassis is constructed of high-quality aluminum that feels premium to touch and solid in the hand. It measures 9.2mm thick and tips the scales just short of 700g, making it heavier than Lenovo's 10.3mm-thick ThinkPad 10 (576g), but slimmer. It's one of the nicest-looking business tablets I've held, and it's almost a shame that you'll likely end up hiding it away in one of HP's expansion jackets.

Connectivity and accessories
Without accessories, the device offers a meager selection of ports, made up of an audio port and proprietary power connection, alongside a micro SD slot. For that reason, you'll want to consider picking up one of HP's expansion jackets to get hold of more.

The ElitePad's Jacket with optional Jacket Battery is billed as an accessory, but it's vital if you're looking to eke maximum performance out of the device. According to HP, the jacket can boost the device's battery life by a whopping 20 hours, depending on the use case, while offering a decent level of protection. On sale for £69 ($119), it also extends connectivity by including two USB 2.0 ports, one HDMI port and a stereo/headphone jack. Made of a rubbery material, it's soft to touch, and it makes me wonder whether HP will one day offer a metal version for added protection that keeps in with the ElitePad's design.

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