Page 1:HP's TouchPad Battles It Out With WebOS
Page 2:Meet HP's TouchPad
Page 3:webOS 3.0: Navigation And Notifications
Page 4:webOS 3.0: Email And Multitasking
Page 5:webOS 3.0: Media And Documents
Page 6:webOS 3.0: Screenshots And File Transfers
Page 7:webOS 3.0: Adobe Flash
Page 8:webOS 3.0: Synergy
Page 9:HP's App Catalog
Page 10:The Developer's Dilemma
Page 11:Third-Generation Snapdragon: The Dual-Core Scorpion
Page 12:The Adreno GPU: An AMD Bloodline
Page 13:Gamer Spotlight: HP TouchPad
Page 14:Display Quality: Color Gamut
Page 15:Display Quality: White And Black Uniformity
Page 16:Battery Life And Real-World Benchmarks
Page 17:Is The TouchPad An iPad Or Xoom Competitor?
webOS 3.0: Email And Multitasking
Setup Email Select Settings
The email program is extremely easy to use. No matter how you hold the tablet, everything is displayed in three panels. It is possible to dismiss one panel at a time by pressing the button on-screen with three vertical lines.
Email App: Three Panel View
Email App: Two Panel View
Multitasking: Stacked Windows
HP's webOS 3.0 features a form of multitasking that allows you to open multiple windows of the same program. For example, every new browser that you open with the “+” button is treated as a sub-window. These function in the same way as tabs on the desktop, but management is a little different. When you return to the navigation pane, sub-windows appear in a stacked deck with the original window. Unfortunately, you can't see each window's content at the same time, which can be a source of frustration if the stack is large and you need to flip between pages.
Interestingly, when a browser is already open, you can create a new browser deck by hitting the Web icon on the main menu manually. This is a very easy way to separate work-related and personal tasks, for instance. And while the grouped windows appear stacked in the order you opened them, rearrangement is possible by holding your finger down on one window and moving it to the desired position in the stack.
Swiping Up To Eject Swiping Down To Eject Program
If you need to dismiss a window (or one in a stack), just swipe up or down on the screen.
- HP's TouchPad Battles It Out With WebOS
- Meet HP's TouchPad
- webOS 3.0: Navigation And Notifications
- webOS 3.0: Email And Multitasking
- webOS 3.0: Media And Documents
- webOS 3.0: Screenshots And File Transfers
- webOS 3.0: Adobe Flash
- webOS 3.0: Synergy
- HP's App Catalog
- The Developer's Dilemma
- Third-Generation Snapdragon: The Dual-Core Scorpion
- The Adreno GPU: An AMD Bloodline
- Gamer Spotlight: HP TouchPad
- Display Quality: Color Gamut
- Display Quality: White And Black Uniformity
- Battery Life And Real-World Benchmarks
- Is The TouchPad An iPad Or Xoom Competitor?