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                           News Release

                           HP Unveils a True Tablet for Business
                           Smart Jacket ecosystem delivers complete computing solutions

Editorial contacts         PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 1, 2012 — HP today introduced the HP ElitePad 900, a tablet that
                           balances a beautiful design with enterprise-grade features, functionality and support.
Mike Hockey, HP
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                           Designed for business and government, it features HP ElitePad Smart Jackets,(1) which add
                           connectivity options and an additional ultra-slim battery for longer runtime, along with specific add-
Katie Norris               ons that customize the tablet for specialized uses.
Edelman, for HP
+1 650 762 2822            The HP ElitePad is an ultrathin, lightweight tablet designed for Windows 8(2) that delivers features
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                           to keep IT managers happy and touts a design that employees will crave. It offers the full
www.hp.com/go/newsroom     serviceability, enhanced security and manageability found in HP Elite PCs, and military-grade
                           durability for drops, vibration, dust, temperature extremes and high altitude.(3)

                           “Businesses used to face a tough purchase decision: How to find a product that will delight
                           employees and help them be more productive, while also making sure IT can secure and manage
                           it,” said Todd Bradley, executive vice president, Printing and Personal Systems, HP. “The HP
                           ElitePad meets all those tests. It combines the great style and user experience consumers demand
                           with the features IT requires.”

                           A tablet that is made for business
                           Ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in the hand, the HP ElitePad offers a 10.1-inch diagonal
                           display, weighs just 1.5 pounds(4) and measures 9.2 millimeters (mm) thin. The 16-by-10 aspect
                           ratio maximizes the display area for ideal viewing of traditional business applications, as well as
                           video content. Precision crafted, with an eye toward fit and finish, the HP ElitePad uses stylish,
                           premium materials such as CNC-machined aluminum and Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2.

                           Powered by next-generation Intel® mobile processors, the HP ElitePad delivers PC productivity for
                           those on the go and Intel x86 compatibility for existing business application support. It is designed
                           for Windows 8 and supports touch-, pen- or voice-based input. The HP ElitePad also provides
                           power efficiency and smartphone-style convenience with compatibility for familiar Windows
                           applications, as well as easy integration into existing IT environments.

                           The unique, productivity-enhancing ecosystem of HP Smart Jackets and additional accessories
                           designed specifically for the HP ElitePad expand the tablet’s potential, turning it into a total
                           enterprise solution: (1)




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• HP ElitePad Productivity Jacket—includes an integrated keyboard, connectivity ports, SD card
  reader and adjustable viewing angles for a complete computing experience.
• HP ElitePad Expansion Jacket—adds USB, HDMI and other connectivity to get more done on
  the go. Adds even longer battery life when bundled with the optional HP ElitePad Jacket
  battery.(5)
• The HP ElitePad Rugged Case—provides military-grade reliability and enhances the stylish
  profile of the ElitePad for added protection.
• HP ElitePad Docking Station—delivers an enterprise-class desktop experience with an added
  keyboard and monitor and also charges the tablet. Or, use it to set the tablet up as a secondary
  screen for phenomenal multitasking.
• HP Executive Tablet Pen—lets customers write messages and notes in their natural handwriting
  directly on screen and then save or convert to typed text for use in other applications.

Loaded with tools for mobile work or play
The HP ElitePad tablet’s 1080p front-facing video camera and 8 megapixel (MP) rear camera with
an LED flash and included CyberLink YouCam software help users easily communicate face to
face, create high-definition (HD)(6) web videos or record training videos without high production
costs.

Powered by technology from HP Labs, the company’s central research arm, new HP PageLift(7) is
an application that automatically trims, correctly lights and orients a captured image of a
whiteboard, paper contract or other document so it is ready to use or share without requiring
manual editing.

Users can easily print directly from their HP ElitePad to any ePrint-capable HP printer or to a
networked HP printer without the need for downloading drivers. HP ePrint software(8) allows users
to print remotely at more than 24,000 public locations such as hotels and business service
retailers.(9) The HP ElitePad also helps small workgroups connect with HP Wireless Hotspot, a
desktop application that allows users to share a wireless internet connection and network
bandwidth.(10)

Additional user-experience software includes the CyberLink Media suite, which enables users to
manage and create audio and video content with the same easy-to-use interface as other HP
business PCs. Plus, users can record and listen to audio with a stereo microphone and headset
jack that feature the richness of SRS Audio.

Information management is made easy with Evernote, which captures, saves and synchronizes
information across devices with impressively quick search capability, and Skitch software that
eases collaboration with colleagues by quickly marking up images with captions or sketches.

Manageability, deployment and security for IT environments
The HP ElitePad offers a long life cycle, stable image and HP Global Series Support, all of which IT
managers expect in an enterprise tablet. It also features a one-year standard warranty, with the
option for a three-year warranty via HP Care Pack Services. The HP ElitePad is fully serviceable
with an optional, industry-unique service tool for HP Self-Maintainers that allows customers to




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access the panel, battery, motherboard and unibody chassis, helping reduce downtime and keep
sensitive data and devices in-house.(11)

In addition, organizations will appreciate the enterprise-caliber data, device and identity protection
from HP Client Security,(12) including HP BIOS Protection, Security Manager and HP Drive
Encryption. Additional security features include Device Access Manager, Computrace(13) and
Sparekey.

Device deployment and ongoing support and maintenance are made easy with x86 compatibility
and support for HP Client Management solutions. The LANDesk Management Suite(1) also
increases security and eases management by providing exclusive tools to locate and protect data
on lost devices, remotely capture SIM card info for mass WWAN activation(14) and
enforce geographic policies to remotely lock, full wipe or selectively wipe data.

Availability
The HP ElitePad 900 is expected to be available in the United States in January 2013. Pricing
information will be announced closer to availability.

This announcement follows HP’s unveiling of touch-enabled notebooks on Aug. 30, all-in-one
desktops on Sept. 10 and a new lineup of consumer and business PCs on Sept. 20.

About HP
HP creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses,
governments and society. The world’s largest technology company, HP brings together a portfolio
that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure to solve customer
problems. More information about HP (NYSE: HPQ) is available at http://www.hp.com.

(1) Sold separately or as an optional feature.
(2) This system is Windows 8 certified and supports the Windows Store user interface. The integrated display resolution is
    below the threshold for Snap, a Windows Store interface feature that allows two Windows Store applications to be
    viewed simultaneously. This feature may be enabled by attaching an external 1,366 x 768 or higher resolution display.
(3) Preliminary test results based on preproduction models. MIL-STD-810G testing was not intended to demonstrate
    fitness for U.S. Department of Defense contracts or for military use. Test results are not a guarantee of future
    performance under these test conditions.
(4) Weight will vary by configuration.
(5) Requires optional HP Smart Jacket and secondary battery.
(6) High definition content is required to view high-definition images.
(7) Requires Windows 8 Pro.
(8) Requires an internet connection to HP web-enabled printer and HP ePrint account registration (a list of eligible printers,
    supported documents and image types, and other HP ePrint details is available at www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter).
    Requires optional broadband module. Broadband use requires separately purchased service contract. Check with
    service provider for coverage and availability in specific area. Separately purchased data plans or usage fees may
    apply. Print times and connection speeds may vary.
(9) Use of HP ePrint at HP Public Print locations requires internet- and email-capable smartphone or tablet with separately
    purchased wireless internet service, and the HP ePrint or HP ePrint software. Availability and cost of printing varies by
    location. A list of applicable smartphone and tablet operating systems is available at www.hp.com/go/eprintmobile.




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(10) The HP Wireless Hotspot application requires an active internet connection and separately purchased data plan. While
     HP mobile hotspot is active, on-device applications will continue to work and will use the same data plan as the mobile
     hotspot. Mobile hotspot data usage may incur additional charges. Check plan for details. Requires Windows 8.
(11) Available for HP Authorized Service Providers or HP Self-Maintainers only. Additional information is available
     at www.hp.com/partners/SMprogram.
(12) Requires Windows 8 and initial user set up.
(13) Computrace agent is shipped turned off, and must be activated by customers when they purchase a subscription.
     Subscriptions can be purchased for terms ranging for multiple years. Service is limited. Check with Absolute for
     availability outside the United States.
(14) Broadband use requires separately purchased service contract. Check with service provider for coverage and
     availability in specific area.

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