The New HP webOS-based TouchPad

Hewlett-Packard or HP's webOS-based TouchPad is creating buzz since it was launched. This is really the time of the tablets since almost all the brands are competing on creating the best tablet in the market today.

HP Touchpad has been anticipated since the company bought the Palm last year (2010) for $1.2 Billion. We have been waiting for this since then and finally they just launched their first tablet to compete the world’s overrated Apple Tablet, the iPad. Well, I have nothing against the iPad but I just can’t comprehend why people are going crazy everytime Apple launches a new product in the market.

Anyway, let’s get back to HP Touchpad.

The tagline says: Works like nothing else. But I don’t really think it works like nothing else, though this one make an impression for its fast performance and user-friendly interface. The brilliant 9.7-inch, 1,024-by-768-pixel touch-screen LCD makes it best for videos and photos. The ability to multitask like a champion of multitasking is powerful, plus the ability to do wireless printing to compatible HP printers makes it perfect for busy workers like you, and it is also great to wind down after your busy job because it has more than 300 of apps from the App Catalog, but according to their ads it says thousands.

Good for social networking sites such as Facebook, I think every brand have Facebook to consider everytime they make a new gadget nowadays, so that one is really expected because buyers will whine about it if there’s no application for their beloved FB.

No rear-facing camera or video-recording capabilities – Well, this is a touchpad and not a video recording or photography gadget, why should I complain if it has nothing of it. But well, I would be happy if there’s rear camera, though not necessarily because the front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera suits for the gadget everytime you are chatting with somebody that needs to see your face or your background. There’s no need to demand for a rear camera because it would be weird for me to take pictures at concerts or along the street with the HP Touchpad.

With solid hardware and a user-friendly operating system based around multitasking and intuitive organization, what else can you ask for in a tablet like HP Touchpad that packs 16 or 32GB of internal storage for $499 and $599, respectively? What’s more awesome is that it runs by Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core APQ8060 1.2GHz processor. There’s a Bluetooth keyboard available, along with a case and a touchstone charger that lets you charge the TouchPad without connecting a single cable.

One thing I can say… “Android Honeycomb tablet manufacturer, what can you say with this one, huh?”

Check out this HP Touchpad Ads with Manny Pacquiao and see how he can flick, stack and move between active apps on the new HP TouchPad with webOS.

You think he can't? But he DEAD!

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