HP isn't offering specific details regarding the CPU (beyond that it uses "next-generation Intel Atom mobile processors). It's safe to assume the new Atom CPUs in question come from Intel's Clover Trail family. For other specs, the ElitePad 900 will have 2GB of onboard memory, up to a 64GB solid-state hard drive, and Intel integrated graphics. HP has also mapped out an ecosystem of accessories for the ElitePad 900, including two keyboard "jackets" that also add a few extra connectivity options, as well as a ruggedized case, a full-fledged docking station, and an "HP Executive Tablet Pen." HP says it will reveal pricing for those add-ons and for the tablet itself closer to its January 2013 launch date.
If it's not making smartphones again (yet), HP can at least use Intel's new Atom chips to help expand its mobile device portfolio, Expect HP's ElitePad 900 tablet to join several other business-focused mobile devices over the next few months, Intel's mobile push, along with that of Microsoft and Windows 8, will ensure caticorn iphone case no shortage of similar products, Whether HP can differentiate its tablet is another question, but from what we've seen of the ElitePad 900, we can at least say that it's taking the challenge seriously..
We'll have a full review of the Kindle Paperwhite shortly, but for now you can look at our early hands-on of the product. We awarded an Editors' Choice to the Nook GlowLight last April. Aside from the price drop, Barnes & Noble has not changed anything else. Editors' note: Barnes & Noble has now officially dropped the price to $119. Just ahead of Amazon shipping out its highly anticipated Kindle Paperwhite, the Nook GlowLight gets a price chop. As Amazon gets set to ship out the Kindle Paperwhite, its new e-ink e-reader that features an integrated light, its chief rival appears to be getting a price cut. At least two major retailers -- Target (shown above) and Wal-Mart -- are now advertising the Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight for $119. That's $20 less than the original $139 price, and the exact cost of the entry-level Paperwhite (which, unlike the Nook, includes "Special Offers" ads).
When Barnes & Noble introduced the Nook GlowLight earlier this year, it had problems keeping up with demand (it later admitted it simply had trouble producing the GlowLight in adequate quantities at launch), Now Amazon apparently can't make its highly anticipated e-reader fast enough to keep up caticorn iphone case with orders, On the Paperwhite's product page, a message reads, "Due to popular demand, orders placed today are expected to ship the week of October 22nd, Limit five per customer."Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
A US court of appeal has ruled that a lower court should reconsider the ban on the Tab. Apple succeeded in having the ban imposed ahead of the trial of the century between the two tech titans. Samsung lost the patent infringement case in just about the worst way possible -- all of its counter claims were quashed, and it'll have to hand over $1 billion to Apple, with possibly another $700 million on the way. But the jury found it hadn't violated the patent that caused the tablet to be yanked from the shelves. Judge Koh said she couldn't lift the ban because Samsung had already appealed.