A peek into the HP TouchPad: webOS 3.0 screenshots
0. phoneArena posted on 11 Apr 2011, 05:31
In a world of iPads and Honeycomb tablets, one operating system stands truly unique – you guessed it right, it's webOS. As we're approaching the “summer” release date of the HP TouchPad, five precious screenshots…
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2. superpooburger posted on 11 Apr 2011, 07:52 2 2
faster then android deffinetly....
Faster then iOS, do not think so... More likely the same,,,
7. milk (unregistered) posted on 11 Apr 2011, 12:03 1 1
Who is going to value your opinion when you cant even use the English language properly?
9. zuno gyakusatsu posted on 11 Apr 2011, 16:18 2 0
Before you start nit-picking on other people's spelling, learn proper punctuation.
See how trivial that was? Just like your post.
13. bk975 (unregistered) posted on 11 Apr 2011, 19:37 1 0
10. Lucas777 posted on 11 Apr 2011, 19:34 0 0
well "milk" cant is a word either without an apostrophe... so speak for urself
3. PhoneLuver posted on 11 Apr 2011, 08:16 1 0
This tablet's bezel is huge!
And what about the number of compatible apps?
11. Lucas777 posted on 11 Apr 2011, 19:35 1 0
I dont think it is that big... just looks like it in the photo. and it prob has about the same number of apps as honeycomb
4. cornerofthemoon posted on 11 Apr 2011, 09:23 0 0
Looks cool, but I'm sure everyone will be reading about it's release on their iPads and Android tablets by the time HP gets it out the door.
5. phbelov posted on 11 Apr 2011, 10:38 0 0
BTW, I think that the TouchPad will find its costumers.
12. Lucas777 posted on 11 Apr 2011, 19:36 0 0
I doubt it since the xoom has sold the huge amount of 100,000. Mind u the ipad 1 sold 300,000 on its first day...
6. TabletNetbook (unregistered) posted on 11 Apr 2011, 10:51 0 0
HP could do well with WebOS but they have to market it correctly and provide more than one form factor for each device. They really need a tablet/netbook like the Asus transformer. However, I really feel they need to license it to make it a legitimate platform.
They also need to market WebOS as the "open" OS that is supported long term--point out how Android lacks support from the OEMs and how iOS is locked down and overly restrictive in relation to WebOS--of course I don't mean actually name Android and iOS in the ads ;)
8. 530gemini posted on 11 Apr 2011, 15:13 0 0
I really like WebOS. If there's any OS that could make me switch from iOS, it would be WebOS. For me, WebOS is like a marriage between Android and iOS. It has the smoothness, responsiveness, simplicity, stability, & friendliness of iOS, while it also has the openess and freedom of Android. WebOS is a winner.