Hewlett Packard announced its HP Touchpad in 2011 February whose expected release is within next month. It is not a GSM mobile phone and so it does not support 2G network, voice communication, SMS and MMS. Its dimension is 240 x 190 x 13.7 mm weighing 740 grams. The HP touchpad is a wide 768*1024 pixels 9.7 inches tablet and has a TFT capacitive touch-screen 16M colors.

 It also has an accelerometer sensor for user interface auto-rotate, multi-touch input method and a gyroscope sensor. This touchpad has a loudspeaker with stereo speakers and a 3.5mm jack. The phonebook of his Hewlett Packard touchpad has practically unlimited entries where as there is no call record as it does not support GSM voice conversation, SMS and MMS. The internal memory of this new release is 16 and 32 GB. It has wireless LAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth version 2.1 A2DP, EDR. The touchpad also contains micro usb version 2.0.

Camera installed in the HP touchpad is 1.5 mega pixels which has an attractive feature of video calling. The interesting ad efficient feature of this touchpad is that it has an operating system of HP itself, i.e. HP web operating system 3.0 and the central processing unit is 1.2 GHz. It is a dual core processor, Snapdragon chipset, Qualcomm APQ 8060. The HP touchpad will be available in the market in black color. It has attractive and some latest games installed in it. HP has also installed Global Positioning System in the touchpad. Some of the very cool features of this touchpad include, Touchstone technology, Digital compass, MP3/WAV/MP4/H.264 and H.263 player, Organizer, Document viewer/editor, Adobe Flash 10.1 support and Predictive text input. The price of this touchpad is yet to be announced. Many companies and tablet addict hope to see this HP Touchpad soon in the markets.

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Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.