HP TouchPad hands-on
0. phoneArena 16 Feb 2011, 09:14 posted on
We found one of the elusive dual-core Snapdragons in the new HP TouchPad - the first tablet released with HP webOS 3.0, and the tablet version of this mobile OS is even slicker than the phone one...
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1. narley (Posts: 357; Member since: 14 May 2009)
this thing looks amazing. the webOS has always been one that would seem flawless on a tablet. cant wait to get some hands on with this baby. not sure what will take me away from Xoom but it looks good.
2. PhoneLuver (Posts: 460; Member since: 05 Jul 2010)
The hardware somehow doesn't cut it!
No rear camera, no USB, with only a 1.3MP front camera competing with all the hardware features of the Xoom, not to mention Samsung and LG offerings.
3. downphoenix (Posts: 2134; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
has .2ghz more per core on the processor. A tablet isnt comfortable to use as a camera, a tablet does NOT need a back camera
4. markZ (unregistered)
No HDMI out? A tablet that doesn't connect to my HDTV won't be considered. I was excited about Touchpad, especially webOS but I need an HDMI out. Now the iPad2 has HDMI out along with front and back cameras. I have a macbook and should have known HP would find a way to cripple their Tablet.
5. detfan (unregistered)
HP Touchpad connects to TV wirelessly using its cordles touchstone. Fantastic. Looks like Sprint will be the wireless carrier, too.
6. Dastan12 (unregistered)
Does any one know how to connect the Table to TV?? I am not sure what or how to connect this to the TV via WiFi? Did any one see any cables online that would make this connection possible?