As you may also comprehend, HP unveiled the day before today numerous improvements that would overturn the deal in cell but additionally within the PC world.
Let's begin originally, HP has received a while in the past, Palm, the corporate that developed WebOS, a brand new running gadget. HP has endured to refine this technique to combine it into its future telephones (and cabinets). That is the HP Pre three of the HP Veer , and particularly the TouchPad , its shelf.
HP Pre 3:
This phone is rather intended for professionals. Its large 3.6 inch screen, displayed on 400 x 800 pixels and with a sliding keyboard large enough, perhaps seduce. Side capacity, it will be 8 or 16 GB of your choice. Its processor runs at 1.4 GHz and has a 5 megapixel camera. It can also connect via WiFi.
The HP Veer, meanwhile, is much smaller than its predecessor: The size of a credit card! Its screen is 2.6 inch 320 × 400 pixels. It also loads a 5 megapixel camera, integrated GPS, and WiFi support. Unusual element on a phone: a keyboard can be removed.
In the U.S., they will be sold to next spring.
The famous bar! HP has fed the suspense until the end, and impressive technical features of the beast we suggest that she was right:
- A SoC, the Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 , incorporating a dual core processor clocked at 2.4 GHz.
- Graphical side, it's a Adreno 220 to 1080p displays. Theoretically, this graphics card is powerful enough to send two 1080p images at the same time (so to make 3D), even if the screen can not transcribe the auto-stereoscopic. It will still be possible to connect the tablet with a screen that supports stereo, through its HDMI cable.
- TouchPad weighs 725 grams, measures 9.7 inches (1024 × 768) and embeds a webcam (1.3 megapixels). Add to that video calling and audio technology Beats.
- Finally, we will find in this tablet the Bleutooth, 16 or 32 GB of capacity choice and Wi-Fi among others.
If you take a step back, one realizes that the whole is more powerful than the famous Xoom Motorola and all other tablets advertised as Honeycomb.
Last information does not take lightly, HP could put on … webOS PC. Not content with presenting at once an array of devices that are not under Microsoft, HP is now suggesting that their computers and printers may no longer be offered on Windows by default. A blow, knowing that the world's No. 1 selling computers … The years ahead are full of turmoil, we can finally expect to have healthy competition.
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