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This is a view inside the beta version of the app store for SAP's Business ByDesign, its software-as-a-service ERP product.
The SAP Store will provide a marketplace where apps and other add-ons can be bought to enhance the functionality of Business ByDesign services.
Continue the tour of SAP's beta version of the Business ByDesign app store and learn about its features by visiting Photos: Inside SAP's cloud app store.
Another slice of technology from the show floor at CeBIT 2011, this time rounding up everything from the latest Windows Phone 7 handsets to Google Android Honeycomb tablets.
This is MSI's Windpad 100A tablet PC, which will run Android Honeycomb when it launches in the UK in the second half of this year.
The tablet is based on the Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset, which will allow it to play back 1,080-pixel HD video on its 1,280 x 800-pixel screen.
Check out the rest of the tech on show at CeBIT by visiting Photos: Honeycomb tablets, ebook readers and smartphones at CeBIT.
Photo: Nick Heath/silicon.com
HP revealed its revamped EliteBook and ProBook range, which has been updated to make the laptops more durable.
The ProBook b-series, above, now comes in a tungsten-coloured case and is available with a 13.3-inch, 14-inch or 15.6-inch screen.
Check out more of the tougher laptop range, in Photos: HP business laptops toughen up.