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

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Morete

Hopefully it will support a keyboard attachment and HP will come out with a 13 inch version. That way it will be good for college and be a good laptop alternative for the kiddies to get more knowledge.

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vrmlbasic

Why not just use a 13" laptop then?

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aarcane

But will it run Android? How long will a "2-cell HP Long Life battery" last? I have a 1080p 7" tablet, and it seems a little pixeley some days. Maybe they should have gone for more pixels.

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vrmlbasic

One can only hope that it won't run Android.

I feel your pain about Full HD being too low on even a 7" tablet screen. C'mon pixel count!

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don2041

Starting at $739 !!! Does this thing come with an ounce of coke? At these prices it seems someone is using it as a snort pad.

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vrmlbasic

A real OS (compared to Android/iOS) is good. SD expandability is good (Does it do USB?). That price, however, is not good.

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Granite

And Win8.1.

Very nice!

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legionera

That's pretty self-explanatory. No one should effup a tablet with android.