HP has confirmed that they plan to release separate tablets running Windows and WebOS. The Windows based tablets will be focused as a business device. It’s expected to have an 8.9 inch screen with video and still cameras, 1GB of memory, and support for an electronic pen for writing and drawing with. I imagine that will be very similar to the stylus used on many of the existing tablets found on the market today.
The WebOS tablet will be the companies consumer offering. There is no information about the specs for the WebOS tablet. It’s possible it could have similar specs to the business version, with the main difference being the OS itself.
We’ll have to wait a while longer to know more. HP did confirm that the Windows based tablet will be available in the fall, but they declined to provide any indication about price. Apple’s iPad has been a smash hit with consumers, and Android based tablets are starting to find their way into the market as well. Personally, I would like to try one of the Windows based tablets. But I’m also very interested in their Android based efforts that we saw back at CES.
(Source = Top Tech News)