HP TouchPad is being teased as "coming soon" on Best Buy's web site
Big box retailer Best Buy now has a teaser site live on its web site explaining pretty much all the features and specifications of the upcoming webOS powered tablet. However, two of the most important items regarding the tablet are still unknown – specifically, its pricing and release date. Interestingly enough though, it’s slapped as “coming soon” on their site, which could potentially mean that we could very well be near its launch date.
Nonetheless, we can all drool and dream about the HP TouchPad, but of course, you can keep on checking Best Buy’s site to see if any changes or new information pop up regarding its release and pricing.
source: Best Buy via Mobileburn
1. xKartiel (unregistered)
I pass on this WebOS not my style unless they gave me a free TouchPad with my Next PC purchase
3. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)
not really... i think it is coming at the right time... it just needs some good power and not be like rim devices... which are oddly very comparable seeing as they have similar oses
8. 530gemini (Posts: 2198; Member since: 09 Sep 2010)
They've announced this product way back in Feb, and up to now, they still don't have a release date. So yes, it's too late. People have already bought the ipad2 or the playbook or xoom or the galaxy tab. By the time this one comes out, most users interested in owning a tablet have already bought one.
9. DarrenDC (unregistered)
I'm waiting for this tablet gemini.
10. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)
no, becuase webos is kinda a following.. the people who buy it buy it...
4. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
Finally a real business tablet. All i seen Before was entertainment systems called ipads, galaxy tabs, Xooms, playbooks ect.
7. iwebdroidberry7 (Posts: 230; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
I LOVE webOS... but what makes it THAT much different from the Honeycomb Tabs and the iPad?
5. snowgator (Posts: 3276; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
It seems to me HP is much more excited about it's Tablet then it's Smartphones. If they have learned from the mistakes of the Xoom (poor advertising, really high price) and Playbook (released with the immediate need for an update- really, RIM?), this is a promising device. I just do not know how much of a desire there is for tablets.
6. Hello-dirt (Posts: 102; Member since: 02 May 2010)
I am very interested in a tablet that performs like a PC, in that it allows USB hosting so that keyboards, screens and storage can be hooked up to it. I would gladly pay $400 for a tablet that does all my basic college type functions and weighs 4lbs less. And since Web OS will be on all future HP laptops to allow for easier integration and file swapping, I am excited about the potential. If this tab is too heavy, then I will go with one of the other choices coming forth in the android world.