Indeed, HP's ambition to rival the iPad is still very Digdaya in the tablet market. Previously, they had even boasted TouchPad will be better when compared with the iPad.
Can? What is clear, HP is one of the giants in the field of technology so that more or less, they still have a chance to scuttle the superiority of the iPad.
Tablet-sized 9.7-inch will also be released in Europe. HP also hopes, TouchPad WebOS using the operating system can be widely accepted by consumers.
Yes, the TouchPad is the first tablet computer with a WebOS, software made by Palm. As is known, HP has bought Palm to cost $ 1.2 billion.
TouchPad 16GB model priced at $ 500, and the 32GB model $ 600. In addition to the United States and Europe, TouchPad plan will also be present in Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Singapore.
Clearly, the steep challenge facing HP in the efforts to succeed the TouchPad. First, they are already late peddling TouchPad at a time when the ranks of the iPad tablet and Android already crowded market.
Second, HP should attempt to convince developers to create applications that are good in TouchPad, given the existence of applications is one key to success in the tablet segment.