February 10, 2011 by USA Post 

WebOS, The acquisition of Palm has occurred in the same month that Apple launched its game-changing device of IPAD. And after a year of shelf webOS TouchPad iPad looks like a design but has a different operating system under its hood. While Apple is about to launch its next version of tough questions iPad surface whether HP latecomer to the party, earlier supposed to be called Topaz, but now the TouchPad, has the character to take on iPad.

The TouchPad is 9.7 inches with a resolution of 1024×768, the same configuration as the iPad offers. 9to5 Mac has indicated that the 2 iPad will build a better screen, but will have the same 1024×768 screen configuration that IPAD existing. DigiTimes reported that 2 iPad could boast of the screen resolution 2058×1536. However, the current line-up of tablets Android tell Xoom offers a 1280×800-resolution, Samsung Tab Galaxy offers 1024×600 resolution and Dell Streak 7 sports in 800×480 screen resolution. Thus, it is very plausible that Apple can keep the same screen resolution, as it is similar to what Android offering. Thus, HP is in good company like Apple cannot build its screen resolution.

HP has launched its highly anticipated webOS tablet-based touchpad, putting to rest reports of a possible launch pill that have circulated since HP acquired Palm in April 2010.
HP introduced two new phones webOS and a tablet with an event in San Francisco yesterday. I attended the event and have seen firsthand the TouchPad and HP pre 3, the best of webOS new products. The two videos give a detailed view of the equipment and how the OS handles multitasking. The new hardware was impressive, but no pricing information was disclosed and HP gave no explicit information delivery other than “this summer”. These two bits of missing information cannot determine whether the products before HP webOS.

3, Pre is essentially a larger version of the 2 fields, with a 3.6-inch screen and a sliding QWERTY keyboard is slightly larger. The phone works much the same as before the original models, with Touchstone wireless support. What is new about 3 Pre innovative ways that works wirelessly with the main star of the show, the HP Tablet TouchPad?

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