HP shows the application of Clover Trail in enterprise tablets
A few days ago spoke of Clover Trail , Intel’s bid to insert its processors in the mobile market, where little or no game makers have most PC processors worldwide. It also mentioned that soon begin to see a flood of products related to this architecture X86 Atom processor, now HP who opens the gap, starting with their public business-focused tablets, with a good deal of useful extras.
Come up with the characteristics of the tablet:
- 10.1 “display at 1280×800 pixels with Gorilla Glass.
- 680 grams of weight.
- 2Gb of RAM.
- Up to 64GB of SSD.
- Accelerometer, gyroscope, light sensor and compass.
- Front camera that records at 1080p and rear 8Mpx.
- Micro SD Reader
- Intel Atom Z2760.
I expected the output of this tablet was to see how he behaved Clover Trail in stressful situations, but, as discussed in The Verge , who could get their hands on, do not let the device run benchmarks, although they speak of fluency Windows 8 by typical gala at the terminal.
Smart Jackets, sleeves vitaminadas
Which shows that the market is focused ElitePad business, where HP has always emphasized, but lately is focusing more on the design of the product to the end user, is in the integration of smart jackets ElitePad with a series of sleeves that add value to the device, eg USB ports or full-sized HDMI output. But on the other hand, the fact of not having a USB device in itself makes more than one would think twice before buying a tablet for your business.
At the moment there are two smart jackets available, one in which the tablet slides and adds USB ports, HDMI, card reader and a removable battery and another that serves as protection and keyboard built into the case. The first half kilo would add weight to the whole. Also be available a dock for your work desk, and more cases in the future.Tags: Clover Trail, HP, Windows 8