Hillary Clinton, who once claimed she used a private email address to conduct government business because carrying around two phones would be too “inconvenient,” was awfully excited to receive her new “hPad” at the State Department, newly released emails show.

Judicial Watch in March said it was likely Clinton was using both an iPhone and an iPad.

On at least half a dozen occasions Clinton’s top aides asked the State Department’s Office of Security Technology to approve the use of an iPad and iPhone, according to JW’s inside source. Each time the request was rejected for security reasons, the source confirms. The only mobile device that meets the agency’s security standards is the BlackBerry, JW’s source said, adding that the Office of Security Technology—Bureau of Diplomatic Security’s Directorate of Countermeasures must approve all equipment such as cameras, phones and communication devices for all officials.

Perhaps the department wouldn’t approve use of an iPad, but what about an hPad?