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Palm/HP will reveal new tablets at CES

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 21 Dec 2010 5:05 User comments (2)

Palm/HP will reveal new tablets at CES FoxNews has reported today that Palm, purchased by HP in April, will unveil three tablets at the upcoming CES in January, taking on the iPad and Android devices.
Dubbed the PalmPad, Palm will release three models, each with small hardware differences.

Each tablet will run on WebOS 2.5.1, an upcoming update to the mobile operating system.

The PalmPad will have 4G connectivity to the Sprint network and "hardware specs nearly identical to the iPad."

Differentiating itself from the iPad is a USB 3.0 port and a mini-HDMI port. Like the rumored iPad 2, the PalmPad will have a 3MP rear camera and a 1.3MP front-side camera, each with LED flash.

Ready for a March 2011 launch, the PalmPad will be around 10-inches, rounded curves, weigh 1.25 pounds, and be thinner than the iPad.

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2 user comments

121.12.2010 20:56

too little too late...
anyone that wanted this is already planing to get the playbook from RIM...
ot:WHERE IS 101?... Damn Archos

221.12.2010 22:19

FoxNews?!? I'll believe it when a real news channel reports this.

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