HP TouchPad gets demoed on video at Computex

HP TouchPad gets demoed on video at Computex
The HP TouchPad is about to hit shelves in all of its webOS 3.0 glory and June 12th is the nearly official release date, but mere days before that it was spied at Computex. Curiously enough, it was displayed in hardware maker SanDisk’s booth. The company is the one responsible for the memory storage in HP’s TouchPad and claims to have used high-speed memory modules with capacity varying between 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.

The interface on HP’s tablet seemed to run buttery smooth with seamless transitions and fast switches between landscape and portrait orientation. Add to that the neat card implementation of multitasking in webOS 3.0 and HP’s slate can manage to at least look different than the vast majority of tablets. HP has also introduced a unified contacts application bringing together information about the offline details of a contact like phone and address along with social networking. Check out the video demo below to get a feeling about the speed of the HP TouchPad.

source: GadgetsMagazine via SlashGear

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1. phbelov

Posts: 124; Member since: Mar 25, 2011

It's pretty laggy...

5. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

And now why is HP resorting to a video to present their tablet???? Most manufacturers would have samples available for invited guests to play with. Even RIM had PlayBook samples available at the unveiling....

8. Phullofphil

Posts: 1822; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

Yeah really choppy damn I actualy what apple has is more impressive now. Wish flash would work on it or sites would work with it better

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