HP Confirms Plans for webOS Slates, Web-Connected Printers

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Michael Ellis

I think it is a good idea to put simple OSes on these slates as I would rather have a fast limited computer that still does everything I need, and sometimes want, rather than a big power-hungry OS that is too powerful and slows the computer way down.

 

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violian

I've been using the Pre for close to a year now - and I'll have to say that I'm not too excited about using webOS on a large touchpad. Assuming the price of the Slate webOS and iPad are identical (within $100 apart), I'd rather get the iPad, especially considering that the OS on the iPad will soon support multi-tasking. I've used the iTouch for years, and rank the OS above webOS.

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kw13tl33tg33k

I have had the Palm Pre since Launch date last year and love the OS. I belive that the Web OS was ahead of its time and with the backing of HP now we will see some really cool things with WebOS.

I think the Pre was slightly under powered for the WebOS ultimately. But I never paid for an app becuase of the still robust open source development...

I am getting a evo 4g in a couple of weeks but will anxiously follow news on a web OS slate.....

 

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aviaggio

I dunno, maybe it's just me, but does anyone get excited over the idea of a WebOS tablet? Windows 7, yep. ChromeOS? Kinda sorta. Android? Oh f*ck yeah! But WebOS??? Not so much.

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M-ManLA

I need program compatability. Where is the Asus T101?

 

Electronically charged

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M-ManLA

I need program compatability. Where is the Asus T101?

 

Electronically charged

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