The tablet wars will get yet another new contender later this year as HP comes out with their new HP touchpad tablet. It looks pretty darn good too.
The HP TouchPad combines great features with super convenience to make your communications fast, easy, and fun. What can you do with the HP TouchPad?
Locate the info about a contact from several different sources in a single view, peruse all your pics from Photobucket, Snapfish, and Facebook in the same spot, and if you use a compatible HP printer, you can print without cumbersome wires.
Keeping in touch with friends is simple and quick with the HP TouchPad. You won’t even have to launch an app first. Just start typing on the virtual keyboard!
If you prefer, enjoy some face time with your pals with video calls and the HP TouchPad’s front-facing camera. You’ll be able to surf the net at lightning speeds, too, and you’ll get Adobe Flash Player 10.1.
You’ll find that the HP TouchPad is great for entertainment purposes. You can hear your favorite tunes, and they’ll sound awesome with Beats Audio. You can also download television shows and movies to watch later, download Amazon Kindle Books, or find films from the HP Movie Store to watch on the 9.7-inch screen.
You’ll be surprised at the quality of the images, thanks to the 18-bit color resolution. If gaming is your bag, you can pause your game to do other tasks, then take up right where you left off.
To make your HP TouchPad even more useful, consider adding accessories. The dock allows you to see slideshows, your schedule, and more when Exhibition launches automatically.
HP Touchstone keeps your HP TouchPad charged and ready to go without wires. If the virtual keyboard isn’t sufficient for your typing needs, add a compact wireless keyboard.
The case/stand will protect your TouchPad and keep it standing in an upright position to make typing more convenient, and the TouchPad can be charged while it’s in the case.
All in all the new HP touchpad tablet sounds like a winner, and it will be interesting to see how it compares with the other tablets out there once it comes out.