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FoxNews prezinta in exclusivitate design-ul viitoarei tablete HP PalmPad

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In primavara acestui an Gizmodo a prezentat in exclusivitate primele imagini cu terminalul iPhone 4 iar acum vine randul celor de la FoxNews sa prezinte primele imagini cu noua tableta HP PalmPad. Aceasta tableta va fi prezentata la conferinta CES de luna viitoare, va fi disponibila in 4 versiuni si va avea hardware asemanator cu cel al tabletei iPad. HP PalmPad va rula sistemul de operare WebOS facut de compania Palm pentru celebrele terminale Palm inainte de a fi cumparata de HP datorita problemelor financiare.

HP PalmTab va functiona pe reteaua 4G a celor de la Sprint, va avea un port HDMI, va avea 2 camere – una frontala de 1.3 megapixeli si una in partea din spate ambele dotate cu flash LED si  port USB 3.0. 3 dintre cele 4 versiuni ale PalmPad vor avea ecrane ceva mai mari decat tableta iPad, insa va exista o a 4-a versiune pentru universitati care va avea un ecran de 8.9 inch.

Sincer sa fiu tableta nu ma atrage absolut deloc si nu stiu de ce dar am impresia ca sentimentul acesta mi-l impartasesc destul de multe persoane. Voi ce parere aveti? Va conta faptul ca ruleaza WebOS?

HP will introduce three models of the PalmPad at CES, with minor hardware differences distinguishing them. All three will run a new iteration of the WebOS operating system, version 2.5.1; they’re collectively a spin-off of the never-released HP Slate. A fourth version won’t be shown off at CES, I’m told, but it will be custom made for university students to prove how versatile the machines can be.The consumer version of the PalmPad will run on Sprint’s fast 4G network, but otherwise it has hardware specs nearly identical to Apple’s iPad. There are minor differences, of course: It has a mini HDMI port, for example, while the iPad requires a special dongle for video output. And there are front- and rear-facing cameras (1.3 megapixel and 3 megapixel, respectively), both with LED flashes.The PalmPad is slightly thinner than the iPad with rounded edges closer to the Amazon Kindle. At 1.25 lbs, the PalmPad also sports a USB 3.0 port and a “multi-switch” just like the one on the Palm Pre.