The world’s first webOS tablet that was announced a few weeks ago, the HP TouchPad at HP’s Think Beyond event. HP announced that the its first tablet would be available in the summer, but according to some speculations at DigiTiimes, HP TouchPad tablet however will start selling in April. The units will start shipping from late March. So consumers are just a couple of months away before they get their hands on the device.
HP TouchPad – its WebOS tablet debut, runs with the latest WebOS 3.0, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, featuring a 9.7″ XGA touch display, true-multitasking, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 16GB / 32GB of internal storage space, 1GB RAM, gyroscope, accelerometer, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, A-GPS (3G model only), HP Synergy, three speakers at left side and one speaker at right side, Amazon’s Kindle e-book store, support for Skype calling, 6300mAh battery, Beats audio technology and much more.
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HP TouchPad can be able to easily synchronize with phones like the HP Pre 3 and the HP Veer. The first out of the release will be a Bluetooth and Wi-Fi only version, with 3G and 4G variants to follow suit in due time. According to rumors, TouchPad might come with a price tag of $699, which undercuts Motorola’s Xoom by $100.