HP Intros ProPad 600 G1 Tablet, Can Be Turned into POS (Point-of-Sale)

HP is one of the first companies to unveil 64-bit Windows 8 tablets

  HP ProPad 600 for business users introduced
Like most of the big industry names, HP is present at MWC 2014 and has already introduced a new business tablet model, called the ProPad 600 G1.

Like most of the big industry names, HP is present at MWC 2014 and has already introduced a new business tablet model, called the ProPad 600 G1.

The tablet is said to be a cheaper version of the ElitePad 900 and will come bundling a 10.1-inch screen. As Tomshardware notes, the new slate is one of the first to sort a 64-bit Bay Trail chip and offers a full HD screen (1920 x 1200 pixel resolution).

On top of that, customers will be getting dual cameras (2MP/8MP on the back), microHDMI, microSD, microUSB, but you’ll be getting no 3G.

The HP ProPad 600 G1 can also be used in concert with a stand and POS accessories, which turn it into a durable Windows 8.1 point-of-sale. The bundle is being marketed as the HP TX1 and will become available in May.

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