Hands On With New HP TouchPad Tablet Running on WebOS [Video]

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Just two days back HP has unveiled its first ever Tablet running on much expected WebOS named “TouchPad”. HP Touch pad, which is loaded with dual core 1.2 Ghz snapdragon processor and 1 GB of RAM, is already started making buzz in the market. At the launch event, company has released an introductory brief video to talk about its features. However, the real potential and smooth drive was virtually unknown due to absence of any hands-on experience over TouchPad – until now.

Recently, Hewlett Packard executives spent a couple of hours gushing over the features of WebOS, as showcased on the new TouchPad tablet. After the WebOS event was over, the company welcomed guests to come and see the devices in action. There was a strict no-touching rule – but thanks to ZDNet who managed to stay close with one of the demonstration and got it captured in their camera which provides an incomprehensive but closer look to new tablet baby of HP.

Though the video was long, it has been edited only to showcased the features of HP TouchPad. Enjoy the video after a break.

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