The first ever webOS powered HP TouchPad is now available for pre-order at various retail stores and it will be showing off its webOS sexiness to the buyers across the U.S. With that dual-core processor and more powerful RAM under the hood, the TouchPad can handle many things that an iPad just can’t do. To compete with Apple iPad, and other Android tablets available in markets, HP is coming with some awesome ideas. We’ve already know that Roxio will offer an integrated video store through a dedicated app, which will let you view New Arrivals, perform searches, watch a trailer, view a synopsis, and rent or buy the titles. We just came to know that HP is going to offer an awesome deal for TouchPad owners. You will be getting 50 GB of free cloud storage from Box.net. An employee of Walmart retail chain has spotted this cool offer while checking out the Box.net app on a demo unit of the HP TouchPad, Box.net users get 5 GB of storage for free, and the 50 GB deal is $20 per month. We’ve don’t have much details about this offer. This might be a limited-time offer. We have to wait for official confirmation from HP.
HP TouchPad comes with the latest WebOS 3.0, dual-core 1GHz application processor boosted with 1GB RAM, 9.7-inch IPS-LCD touch display kind with 768×1024 pixels of resolution, 1.3 megapixel front-facing webcam to make video calls, 16GB/32GB memory space, 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g/n connectivity, Bluetooth, Internal stereo speakers, Beats Audio technology, Skype calling, Cloud syncing services, HP Synergy and powered by 6300mAh battery more.
You can pre-order the HP TouchPad here at Best Buy, HP, NewEgg, Office Max, PC Richard & Son, Radio Shack, Staples, J&R, Amazon, Office Depot, Costco, Nebraska Furniture Mart, Micro Center, and Sam’s Club. It will cost you $499.99 for a 16GB model, and $599.99 for a 32GB model. HP TouchPad will start shipping from July 1st.