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TouchPad, HP’s WebOS 3.0-based tablet is coming to the U.S. on the first of July.
WebOS 3.0 features a precise notification system, as well as the ability to multitask with a card-based method to switch between open apps, group related tasks in a stack of cards, and tap apps off with a simple finger gesture.
This nifty gadget has a very competent dual-core 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon processor, 16 GB or 32 GB of storage, 1 GB of RAM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a 1.3-megapixel camera for video calls.
The 16 GB version costs $499.99, while the 32 GB version will set you back $599.99.View Article Source »
Today’s Tablet Roundup: HP TouchPad Set for June Release; ASUS Eee Pad Transformer FCC Approval Hints Closer Breakdate
The HP TouchPad and ASUS Eee Pad are soon coming out as they enter the battlefield dominated by a fruit.
There’s no stopping the Apple iPad 2 from dominating the tablet market once again, but perhaps the HP Touchpad and the ASUS Eee Pad could gather up some momentum before they make a release date. The HP Touchpad is slated for a June release while the much-hyped webOS for PC beta is set for the end of 2011; the ASUS Eee Pad on the other hand has just passed the FCC, brewing speculations that the tablet contender is out for a release really soon.Read the rest of the article »
Will HP Topaz be ready to face-off with the Apple iPad? Check out the specs and you be the judge.
Reports over at PreCentral have leaked the specs for HP’s upcoming 9.7″ WebOS Tablet, the HP Topaz. Touted as a fierce competitor for Apple’s iPad tablet, it seems HP Topaz has alot under it’s sleeves carrying a 1.2GHz Dual Core processor, 512mb RAM, Flash support, and a stellar line-up for its wireless features. Will it be enough to knock the iPad out of its throne or atleast give it a run for its money? Hit the break to see the full specs and you decide.Read the rest of the article »
The Windows 7 tablet slipped from the hands of the consumers even before they got a hold of it. HP Slate is not going to the consumer market this fall, but it is still definitely going somewhere...
There was something mysterious about the silence in the part of the HP Slate pushers for a while. HP Personal Systems Group VP Todd Bradley broke the silence by confirming that the tablet will no longer be available for consumers – it will be “more customer-specific than broadly deployed” and will rather be launched this fall for the enterprise.
The Windows-based tablet has been going through “customer evaluations”, as reported by HP the previous week. This could be the result of those previously mentioned ongoing evaluations: HP Slate will be catering to the enterprise as HP and Microsoft create webOS for the consumer market. This is assumed because of the additional comments of Bradley and Palm head Jon Rubinstein. Well, let us see if HP Slate will surpass iPad once it got out in whichever market.View Article Source »
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