HP's Newly-Announced ElitePad 1000 Tablet Features 64-Bit Support

Brittany Vincent

HP's thinnest tablet ever brings a plethora of updates

HP revealed a newly-redesigned model of its HP ElitePad 1000, sporting several upgrades and changes from the previous iteration. It's now rocking a brighter touch screen with augmented durability as well as support for 64-bit and 4G. It also happens to be the company's thinnest tablet so far, weighing 1.5 pounds and clocking in at 9.2 mm thick.

The touch screen itself is a 10.1-inch multi-touch screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution. It supports up to 128 GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot for expansion. But there's more to it than what you can store on it. It's powered by Intel's quad-core Atom Z3795 clocked at 1.6 GHz, a 2-cell HP Long Life battery, and Intel graphics. If you choose to utilize it, you can also use an HP Executive Tablet Pen G2 to write on the device -- good for notes and the like.

You can pick up the device starting in March, starting at $739.

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