For some reason, Sandisk was showing off the HP TouchPad at Computex Taipei. HP probably isn't too happy about their unreleased tablet moseying around some tradeshow but we're liking everything we see. And it looks like HP fixed the TouchPad's slowness problem too. Maybe. [Gadgets Magazine via CrunchGear]
In what appears to be a breakdown of tablet pricing and release dates that a "major US retailer" has provided its employees, the 10-inch HP TouchPad shows up for a refreshingly reasonable $500 (16GB) and $600 (32GB). Why, that's right on par with iPad 2! About time.
Not to be confused with your laptop's trackpad, the very highly anticipated (an soon to be officially official) webOS tablet will be called Touchpad. That's according to PreCentral, who cleverly overheard a rehearsal in which the tablet was called by that name and identified as being 10 inches and 13mm thick—familiar…
For the second time this month, an app developer has caught an unreleased WebOS 2.0 device with a 640x960 display using their wares. There's no telling whether it's a new WebOS phone, or something else entirely.
More information is coming out about HP's webOS tablet. Yesterday we learned it may be called PalmPad, and today it seems that the tablet's screen will recognize a digital pen. That's added functionality, right there, and an important iPad differentiator.
It's not Courier, but HP's rumored slate PC is here, now. Steve Ballmer and his hardware specialist Ryan Asdourian just showed it off, and man is it cute. Updated with VIDEO
According to NYT Bits, Microsoft big boss Steve Ballmer will unveil a brand-spanking-new tablet PC developed in conjunction with HP at tomorrow's CES keynote address. And, like some other fabled tablets, it's said to have both multitouch and e-Reader capabilities.