HP TouchPad out in June not April – webOS Tablet Wait
If the iPad 2 isn’t doing it for you and you’d like to give webOS a fair crack of the whip then you’re in luck!
Leo Apotheker, CEO of HP, has stated that their TouchPad, the webOS packing iPad 2 botherer, will be out in June.
That’s a tad later than the expected April TouchPad touchdown – especially as Amazon has had a placeholder for the TouchPad since the start of this month.
The HP TouchPad is rocking a 9.7-inch capacitive Gorilla Glass display running at 1024 x 768-pixel. Under the hood rumbles a dual-core Qualcomm CPU with a dedicated graphics processing unit and it will play nice with a variety of video formats.
The TouchPad will be available in 16 and 32GB versions with a 3G model following after the initial launch.
Apotheker also says that webOS will land on PCs later this year.
The HP TouchPad will arrive in June alongside the HP Pre 3 and the HP Veer. HPâ€™s Leo Apotheker confirmed its ETA and promised some further interesting webOS products this year.
Apotheker declared that webOS PCs are on the cards for later this year with a full rollout in 2012.