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?
Apple's iOS and Google's Android aren't the only operating systems choices in the tablet market. HP recently joined the fray with webOS. See how its TouchPad tablet stacks up to the competition and what really sets it apart from the rest of the pack.
In the family of mobile operating systems, Apple’s iOS is the eldest child with a wall full of trophies, while Google’s Android is its younger sibling, trying to prove to dad that iOS didn't get all of the good genetics.
Yet, there is a forgotten middle child: HP’s webOS. First developed by Palm as a successor to Palm OS, HP’s purchase of Palm didn't create as many opportunities for market adoption as originally anticipated. Since webOS’ introduction in 2009, we've only seen a handful of devices with the company's mobile operating system. Within the same period, multiple manufacturers collectively launched a slew of Android-based phones.
The tablet scene also reflects this disparity. Although Motorola’s Xoom was released in February 2011, it represented the first real threat to Apple’s iPad. Previous Android-based tablets all relied on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), which was originally designed for smartphones. The Xoom introduced us to Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), a version of Google's mobile operating system specifically optimized for the larger-screen tablets.
HP is arriving to this party a little late. Its solution, dubbed the HP TouchPad, is an attempt to carve out a portion of the growing tablet market by offering a second alternative to iOS.
- 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?