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HP focus on ElitePad and Elite models in 2016

With the news that Samsung will no longer sell its cameras in the UK, it seems that another brand has made a shocking announcement. HP has said that they are to bring an end to its low-end tablet market, and spend more time, effort and money on its higher-end models.

It would seem that HP is not happy with producing a high number of low-end tablets, and feels it would be a better direction to focus on high-end products.

You have to wonder if this is misguided, as they look set to put a greater focus on ElitePad and Elite models in 2016. These two models are more in-line with Apple tablets, although more so the iPad Pro.

HP Elite models for 2016

There are other models that will also get a great deal more attention next year, such as the HP Pro tablet lineup.

All-new website design — Now that HP is set to put a greater focus on a select few premium tablet models, we suspect that there will be a change to the design of their website.

We say this because the current design has the HP tablet range buried away, with a greater focus on other products, such as laptops. With this being the case, we presume that in 2016 there will be an increased focus with their high-end tablet lineup, and so should be more prominent from the homepage.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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