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HP ElitePad Expansion Jacket with Battery
Expand your HP ElitePad’s connectivity with extra inputs on the jacket: two USB ports to connect to everyday peripherals, and HDMI for an external display (sold separately). Quickly store and transfer files with the integrated micro SD reader.
Simply slide the HP ElitePad into the HP ElitePad Expansion Jacket with Battery to extend battery life up to 20 hours and work without worrying about recharging. Note: Screwdriver (not included) required to secure battery.
Pass-through stereo sound on the jacket supports the HP ElitePad audio features so you can keep listening, while cutouts allow you to quickly dock in the HP ElitePad Docking Station (sold separately) for even greater expansion and connectivity.
Battery life will vary depending on the product model, configuration, loaded applications, features, use, wireless functionality and power management settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will naturally decrease with time and usage.
- HP ElitePad Expansion Jacket with Battery
|Minimum dimensions (W x D x H)||10.6 x 8.05 x 0.69 in|
|Dimensions without stand (W x D x H)||269.2 x 204.6 x 17.5 mm|
|Weight note (metric)||Jacket and Battery|
|Connectivity and Communications|
|Ports||2 USB 2.0 ports; 1 Combo stereo/headphone; 1 HDMI; 1 HCSD|
|Warranty||1 Year Limited Warranty (Return to HP/Dealer - Standard Bench Repair & Phone-in Assistance)|
|Hardware compatibility||HP ElitePad|
-  HP testing conducted by HP consisting of full battery discharge while running a series of productivity scripts against the following applications (which may or may not be included with your particular product): Adobe ® Acrobat Reader 7.0, Adobe® Illustrator® CS2, Adobe® Photoshop® CS2, Apple® Quicktime 7.1, Intervideo® WinDVD® 8, Macromedia® Flash 8, Microsoft® Office® 2003 Pro, Microsoft® Project 2003, and Winzip® 10.0. Before testing, the system was fully charged, display brightness was set at 60 nits, wireless was turned off, and auto dim, suspend, hibernate and all other programs, utilities, and services not essential to running the computer system or battery life test were disabled.