HP has officially introduced its first ever tablet, the HP TouchPad powered by webOS in early February at an HP event. But since then, HP has been mute about its price tag and haven’t yet announced anything about when it is planning to release it. However, the folks over PreCentral have managed to get a leaked memo, which is suggesting that Walmart is planning to sell the HP TouchPad 32GB variant with a price tag of $599.99, and it is a Wi-Fi only edition. 32GB variant pricing on par with Samsung’s revamped Galaxy tab 10.1 32GB, BB PlayBook 32GB pricing of Wi-Fi only editions.
We’ve also got the price values of the HP TouchPad’s various accessories – webOS keyboard for TouchPad goes for $69.88, Touchstone dock/stand for $79.88, and the first party TouchPad goes for $49.88, and the AC charger will set you back at $29.88.
HP TouchPad runs on all the new HP WebOS 3.0, a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcom chipset, sporting 9.7″ display of the IPS-LCD kind with 768×1024 pixels of resolution, 1.3 Megapixels front-facing camera support for video calling, 16GB or 32GB SSD storages, 1GB RAM, Internal stereo speakers, Beats Audio technology, Skype calling, compatibility, 6300 mAh battery with Amazon’s Kindle e-book store, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, A-GPS, HP Synergy, cloud syncing services.
You can also check its comparison with other tablets;
Here is the leaked screenshot: