HP's yesterday “Think Beyond” event now on YouTube

HP's yesterday “Think Beyond” event now on YouTube

HP/Palm's “Think Beyond” event yesterday was a milestone for webOS after the acquisition of Palm by HP. The good old Pre 2 suffered delays, which, coupled with the advent of Windows Phone 7, put a question mark to HP/Palm's ambitions for the third spot in mobile operating systems. Jon Rubinstein, however, had a pair of handsets in his pockets to try to convince us that HP has the software and hardware to compete.



HP presented the newest HP Pre 3 with a 1.4 GHz processor and a 3.6-inch screen and its smaller webOS counterpart, the HP Veer. It also unveiled the exciting HP TouchPad, the first webOS tablet, sized just like the iPad, but expected with a dual-core Qualcomm CPU and 1GB of RAM. What about their performance? Check out the full video of the “Think Beyond” event below and see the latest webOS in action.



source: HP/Palm (YouTube)




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2 Comments

1. 530gemini

Posts: 2198; Member since: Sep 09, 2010

Really nice and impressive. If I don't own an ipad, I probably would go for this one. But I already have lots of ipad apps that I use every day, that it would be hard for me to let go of my ipad. Great job HP.

2. Gawain

Posts: 430; Member since: Apr 15, 2010

I actually took the time to watch/listen to all but the last few minutes. I'm quite impressed by where HP is taking webOS. As a BlackBerry user, holding off on the PlayBook initially so I can see the new BlackBerry devices coming later this year, it will likely coincide with the Pre3 rollout too. I'll be giving webOS a serious look.

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