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HP ElitePad

The true tablet for business

More than a tablet—a total business solution. The elegant and sleek HP ElitePad 1000, powered by the latest Intel® Atom processor, has the performance and flexibility to transform the way you work. Redefine productivity and stay light with the confidence of the leading manageability, security, and support you expect from HP.
  • Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit Edition
  • 10.1" 1920 x 1200, Corning Gorilla glass 3
  • 2.39 GHz Quad-Core/Intel Atom Z3795 processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 64GB SSD
  • microSDXC card slot
  • 8MP rear camera(Back), 2.1MP rear camera(Front)
  • Intel HD Graphics



Item # 9433302
$199.95 $138.99

Productive and secure

With the Slate7, you will enjoy speedy performance and direct access to Google™ Play for apps, maps, chat, music, rich multi-media capabilities and the latest security measures – all of this and more on a fully powered HP Android™ tablet.

Tough and tested.

Built to last with durable, travel-tough hardware that passes MIL-STD810G2 testing for durability.

Ready for business with
Windows 8.1 Pro

Thin and light, at just
9.2 mm and 1.5 lb.

Full HD multi-touch panel
with Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3

8.0 MP rear-facing camera
with built-in flash

See clearly,
do more.

Enjoy a great visual experience with outdoor viewable 10.1-inch diagonal full high-definition multi-touch panel, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Control wireless connection, including optional 4G LTE, with HP Connection Manager.

Work the way that
suits you best

Enjoy the wider viewing angles of the outdoor viewable 10.1-inch diagonal Full HD multi-touch panel with contoured edges for maximum comfort.

With high-quality materials and craftsmanship, the HP ElitePad both looks great and works hard -- from boardroom to warehouse.

Powerful productivity

Take the next step in productivity with the HP ElitePad 1000 Tablet equipped with a 64-bit Intel processor and the features you need to stay productive in the office or on the go.

Your office, anywhere

Here it, see it

Make the most of virtual conferencing Bring work to life through immersive surround sound with deep, rich bass and crystal clear dialog using DTS Studio Sound software.

Collaborate on the go.

The 1080p front camera will help you look your best on video calls, while the 8MP camera with built in flash on the back lets you shoot true-to-life photos and videos
Android, Google, Google Play and other marks are trademarks of Google Inc.

1. Wireless access point and Internet service required and not included. Availability of public wireless access points limited.

2. Headphones required and purchased separately.

3. Requires an Internet connection to HP web-enabled printer and HP ePrint account registration (for a list of eligible printers, supported documents and image types and other HP ePrint details, see www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter). Mobile devices require Internet connection and email capability. May require wireless access point. Separately purchased data plans or usage fees may apply. Print times and connection speeds may vary.

4. Requires a wireless access point and an Internet connection to the printer. Services require registration. App availability varies by country, language, and agreements, and requires a firmware upgrade. For details, www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter.

5. Estimated U.S. street prices. Actual prices may vary. Service levels and response times for HP Care Packs may vary depending on your geographic location. Restrictions and limitations apply. Service starts at date of hardware purchase. For details, visit www.hp.com/go/lookuptool.

Customer Reviews

Reviewed by Marvin D. Martian 2013-06-16

Good for HP to release this Slate 7 Droid

The Slate perfectly fits my needs. It’s small and handy, it’s got reliable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and works snappy and fast. It is, in short, enough for all my mobile computing needs. A welcome addition is the Beats Audio and the classy, solid feel of the device. Can’t believe the price on this one is real. I think this will be good for HP as the Slate 7 is an instant hit! As for the Android OS, I’m very pleased with it. There seems to be as much apps now in Google Play as there are in the App Store. That’s a big improvement for Android. And the Jelly Bean, it’s amazing. I’m waiting for the iOS 7 to make the comparison, but right now the Jelly Bean OS looks good to me.

Lastly, the buying experience I had with this store is exceptional. I placed the order and, after two days, the package arrive at my home address. Very convenient. I’m now a fan for life of this store. Nice service, nice price.
Reviewed by Eric Rahm (2013-06-13)

HP Slate 7: Amazing ePrint app

I’ve been looking around for an affordable 7” Android tablet for quite some time now, so I was quite happy to come across the HP Slate 7. So far, the tablet’s been very capable for my tasks. I’ve downloaded a lot of office apps through the Play store, so it lets me check my business email and even work on some reports when I’m out of the office. I’ve been using Dropbox to sync files between my office laptop and my HP Slate 7, and the app works like a charm on the device.

What I really love about this tablet, though, is its ePrint app. I have a network-connected HP printer at home, and it printed photos straight from my camera on the first try. The printed photos were pretty high-quality, too, so the documents and PDFs I’ve printed looked even better. The app even worked with the HP Printers at our office, so I was able to quickly print out the reports I created on my tablet. I read online that I could send printing jobs from my HP Slate 7 to FedEx Office stores and I’m excited to try that out.
Reviewed by Amanda Farris (2013-06-13)

5 stars for large storage capacity

I primarily wanted to buy a gadget that I could use to read ebooks and magazines wherever I go. I’d considered buying a Kindle Fire, but then I realized that for a few dollars more, I could get a device that not only works great as an ebook reader but also offers more storage space. The HP Slate 7 would give me access to the free apps in Google’s Play Store, too. So I went with the HP Slate 7 and I’m very satisfied with my decision.

The HP Slate 7’s onboard storage of 8 GB is pretty big on its own, but the fact that the tablet is expandable in terms of memory is a huge plus for me. E-books and magazines (along with the Zinio app) take up quite a lot of space, and a 32 GB memory card in the expansion slot allows me to take my favorite magazines with me wherever I go. Even with all my reading material, I’ve also got some space left over for games, making the HP slate 7 a great entertainment device for me.
Reviewed by Dennis Briggs (2013-05-25)

HP Slate 7: Great Tablet, Decent Price

Seeing how the kids love our household iPad, I was on the lookout for a decently priced tablet that they can use instead. I saw the HP Slate 7 and knew this was it. For a tablet in its price range, the HP Slate 7 is a steal. It’s got a good enough Dual Core processor, great battery life, and all the Android goodness that you’ve come to expect.

One thing I particularly like about the HP Slate 7 is its expandability. It’s got a slot for a MicroSD, which is somehow, for no good reason, being removed nowadays by Android manufacturers. I fitted my HP Slate 7 with a 32GB memory, for photos, music, and movies. So while the kids play Candy Crush, scrabble, etc., I still got to use the Slate for catching up on Breaking Bad and Person of Interest.

Let me also add something about the exterior of the Slate. The soft touch back panel is a welcome addition to the design of this Android. It provides a good grip and good overall experience, especially if you watch movies or surf for extended hours. Its rounded corners are also details I like, unlike the iPad’s which cut through your palms if you hold it long enough.
Reviewed by Jennifer Pinks (2013-05-24)

So much more than I expected!

My new HP Slate 7 has been great! It’s got a pretty solid build that is comfortable and nice on the hands. The rubberized back is very conducive to reading. And the 7-inch size is just right. This is fast becoming my go-to e-reader, e-magazine, and email client.

And there’s more. Android’s apps ecosystem is giving the App Store a run for its money. I initially bought the Slate for reading, and also because it’s cheaper than a Nexus 7, the iPad mini, and even the Kindle. Having Android on this tablet makes it do more things than just give me my reading fix. I bought Documents to Go from Google Play, and I like how easy it is to create Word, PPT, and Excel on a tablet.

Also, having your photos on a 7-inch tablet makes more sense than storing it on your phone. The screen, smaller though than an iPad’s, provides a good enough frame for your photos. And transferring them to the device is hassle-free via the USB and micro SD ports. Same goes with my documents and other digital files. I’m not a fan of cloud computing, so this expansion ports are very helpful and convenient for me.
Reviewed by EPJ (2013-05-23)

Nice build. Good hardware. Great experience.

I got the red one for my wife who recently just completed her masters. She has been pretty happy with it and now uses it far more frequently than her laptop. The dual core of the Slate is up to task for any mobile tasks that you throw at it. From Web surfing to document editing, HD videos, Skype and podcasts, the HP Slate 7 has been a very capable device.

What’s more, the HP Slate 7 has been very comfortable to use. Its design and form factor seem very well thought out. The rounded corners, soft touch back, and smaller width make the tablet feel natural to use with hand even for long hours, say when reading or watching a movie or doing video calls. It’s so much handy and portable.
Reviewed by Lance Haslem (2013-05-22)

Happy with my HP Slate 7

Great deal for a good product! At $169, the Slate is one of the most affordable tablets that come with a good hardware, nice build, and established brand. Its processor and screen ably handle the Jelly Bean OS. So far I haven’t encountered any hitch when trying to run an app, be it Skype, a game, or word processor I got free from Google Play.

The WiFi and Bluetooth of the device have been pretty solid so far. I could stream music and movies fast, whether I pull it out of Netflix or from our home computer. This is a perfect and affordable complement to a PC. If you’re living in a PC household and would like to have a computer with you even away from your desk, this would be it.

The Jelly Bean is a very nice OS. Like what little HP has done to this version of Android. Without those alterations that manufacturers do to Android releases, the OS of the HP Slate is sharp and lag-free. This is a promising tablet that I hope will stay with me for a long time.

Would also like to point out that the service from this store has been excellent. Received my order four days after ordering and the transaction has been fast and without any snags. I will definitely order from this store again.
Reviewed by Henry Prescott (2013-05-21)

My impression on the new HP Slate 7

I wanted an Android tablet to complement my PC. After deliberating on a Nexus, the Slate 7 came out and I had to reconsider. The HP Slate is cheaper, has a microSD slot unlike the Nexus 7, and a Beats Audio that seems too good to have for the price range. So I chose the Slate and here’s my initial impression:

The HP Slate is very nice to use. It does not hurt the palm of your hand even if you use it for a very long time. It’s got a soft touch back panel that provides a good grip. And its rounded corners and edges have metal bands that, unlike other tablets that have a wedge design, do not make you feel like you’re holding a knife’s edge. Overall, the design is nice.

The hardware is decent. The dual core processor is pretty much enough for any tablet tasks. The graphics is up to standards. I was able to switch between apps, games, and movies seamlessly. The Beats Audio is great. Like I said, it’s a surprising addition to a tablet in this price range.

Lastly, about the OS. The Jelly Bean that comes in the HP Slate 7 is responsive and fast. The built-in apps are very limited, though. There’s a whole suite of Google apps and ePrint from HP, and that’s it. You are left to dress it up yourself via Google Play. And that’s not exactly a bad thing. I hate it when manufacturers bloat the software with unwanted apps. Fortunately this is not the case with the HP Slate 7.
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Customers Q&As

Does the HP Slate 7 come with expansion ports like SD cards, USB, HDMI, etc.?

Asked by Jannery Jill from CA | May 22, 2013

Best Answer
The HP Slate 7 comes with a micro USB port and a slot for a Micro SD. It is expandable to up to 32GB of extra capacity. This additional storage can be used to store your digital files like music, photos, and videos. An HDMI port is not available on the HP Slate 7.

Answered by Red Sue from CA | May 22, 2012

Are multi-touch gestures supported in the HP Slate 7?

Asked by Mark Lopez from CA | May 21, 2013

Best Answer
Yes. The screen of the HP Slate 7 is capacitive and will support various multi-touch gestures that are available in the Jelly Bean version of the Android OS. These gestures include pinch, rotate, swipe, among others. These multi-touch gestures are designed to enhance interaction between the user and the device. Multi-touch gestures are app-specific, and a particular gesture may not be available in all unless the app is designed for it.

Answered by James Carl from CA | May 23, 2013

What applications are available in the HP Slate 7?

Asked by Lorrie Brown from MA | May 25, 2013

Best Answer
Out of the box, the HP Slate 7 comes pre-installed with HP ePrint and Google Mobile Services such as Voice Search, Gmail, Contact Sync, Calendar Sync, Google Talk, Chrome Browser, Google+, Google Maps, Street View, YouTube, Play Store, Play Book, Play Music, Play Movie, Play Magazine, and Widevine. Additional applications may be downloaded via the Play Store app, which contains thousands of both free and paid apps for Android.

Answered by Karen Lee from CA | May 26, 2013

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