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Monday, June 13, 2011

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The HP TouchPad, with its unique webOS operating system, is all about synergy, as it can gather information from several sites and put in it one place.
I guess it's better to be late than never knock on the door. HP announced Thursday that it will be coming out with its own TouchPad tablet July 1, just in time for fireworks.
We knew a tablet was in the works from the world's largest computer maker best known for its printers and computers.
Cellular South, however, is ready to go with its first Windows Phone 7. The HTC 7 Pro, decked out in dark gray, silver and black, arrives Monday.
It is joining a batch of other tablets, including the iPad2, Motorola Xoom, more Galaxy Tabs and the BlackBerry Playbook.
Since there's still a few days before HP will be taking orders, let's take a look under the hood.


HP started dabbling in smartphones with the IPAQ Voice Messenger in 2007 before getting serious and buying Palm in 2010. Palm had built a following around the early Palm Pilot organizer and the Treo line of smartphones.
This deal gave HP control of Palm's slick operating system known as webOS, which was being used on the Palm Pre smartphones.
The webOS platform is completely different from Android and the iOS devices.
If you ask any Palm Pre fans, they would say it's all about synergy, as the webOS goes about gathering all your information, such as contacts, calendar items and social networks, and putting it in one place.
Armed with Palm's technology, I knew it would just be a matter of time before an HP tablet was born and shazam!, we now have the TouchPad.
HP simply says "there is nothing like it" when touting the webOS platform, adding that it'll take multitasking to another level.
If the TouchPad can put all my calendars in one place, like HP claims, that could be a winner, as I have calendars scattered all the over the Web in Google, Yahoo!, Apple's MobileMe and of course, Microsoft Exchange. That's just too many, but I don't know what to do about it.
According to HP, you can expect a lot of synergy between the TouchPad and two HP smartphones - the Veer and the Pre 3 - for sharing Web addresses with the TouchPad.
The TouchPad will have the same 9.7-inch display size as the iPad but will weigh just a tad more at 1.6 pounds.

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