The TouchPad didn’t actually obtain too many optimistic praises right out the gate, but that’s not stopping the corporation from initiating some latest editions of the device over the next few months. HP is going to release a 64 GB white TouchPad in August through an updated processor clocked in at 1.5 GHz versus the available TouchPad with a 1.2 GHz chip. HP will also release a TouchPad that can link to AT&T’s HSPA+ network, and in all probability it will be tagged a “4G” product additionally to a white alternative. Where things get actually exciting is the fall when Opel hits the market. We consider Opel to be the codename of HP’s 7 inch edition of the TouchPad, which would place it in competition with a supposed refresh of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the first one, the 7 inch one.
In those papers is statement that the Pre 3 will be initiated in the drop. The Pre 3, which was proclaimed back in February of this year at Mobile World Congress, is a developed edition of the original Pre, sporting a 3.6 inch monitor with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and the similar signature slide out QWERTY keyboard. It will feature a single core 1.4 GHz processor, which has a bit concerned since the TouchPad, with a dual core 1.2 GHz chip, can’t create webOS 3.0 run smoothly enough. Then once more the boys at HP should have plenty of time to optimize their system, and if they don’t, let’s not go there.