HP ElitePad tablet powered by Intel offered more features and performed certain medical research tasks faster than the ARM-based iPad Air, said Principled Technologies.
Principled Technologies, which tested these two tablets to measure their compatibility with Sectra Pathology Viewer, says HP ElitePad tablet powered by Intel is the logical choice for global healthcare workers.
The Intel processor-powered HP ElitePad 1000 G2 delivered more features than iPad Air, including the ability to view multiple samples in Sectra Pathology Viewer. The Intel processor-powered HP ElitePad 1000 G2 also took less time to complete the tasks in the two scenarios.
Both tablets have a touch-focused user interface, business-ready applications, and lab-appropriate features. The devices had similarities in appearance, both coming in slim form factors, but contained different hardware and software features.
HP ElitePad 1000 G2 had vibration feedback when pressing certain buttons, alerting the user when the device registered selections. Intel processor-powered HP ElitePad 1000 G2 provided up to 14.6 percent less waiting than the Apple iPad Air and offered more features such as the ability view multiple samples at a time.