HP has added some interesting features to the tablet so that it can interact with the Palm HP Pre and other webOS handsets. For example, if your Pre 3 is ringing, you can pick up the call on your TouchPad. There also will be a way to take data and swap it back and forth between your webOS phone and your TouchPad with a tap of the screen.
So far, there is no word on price or possible launch date, but having met the hot shots at the FCC, things should progress quickly from here on out. In the meantime, if you can't wait for a webOS style tablet, check out the BlackBerry PlayBook. The first "professional tablet" features an OS from QNX that has some webOS-esque (card-like) functions including certain gestures such as swiping up on a window to close an application as it moves up off the screen. For those who must have the real thing, we could see the HP TouchPad launch sometime this summer.
source: FCC via Engadget