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HP TouchPad to Debut in United States; Europe, Canada, and Asia Soon to Follow (1)

HP has announced that the WiFi-only version of HP TouchPad will become available in the United States via AT&T beginning July 1. The first webOS tablet will also be available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, and Germany a few days later and in Canada in mid-July. Meanwhile, the rest of Europe, as well as Australia and Asia, will have to wait until later in the year to have their own TouchPad. The HP TouchPad features advanced multitasking abilities, Web access, stereo speakers with Beats Audio technology, as well as integated access to HP Synergy and HP Touch to Share. Optional accessories include the Touchstone charging dock, TouchPad Wireless Keyboard, and TouchPad Case. The tablet will be sold through authorized retailers and resellers, including Best Buy, Staples, Office Depot, Walmart, Sam's Club, OfficeMax, and Amazon.com among others. It costs $499.99 for the 16GB model and $599.99 for the 32 GB version. Source: CrunchGear Read More

HP TouchPad Tablet Unveiled (2)

Hewlett-Packard introduced its seriousness in making the most out of its US$1.2 billion investment in Palm, which was acquired last year, with an introduction of a bevy of hardware such as its take on tablet computers. We all know by now that Apple has claimed its dominance in the tablet market, which is interesting to note because its founder Steve Wozniak used to work in HP's calculator division in the early 1970s. The TouchPad tablet is the first in a planned line of tablets of various forms. This pilot model weighs more than one and a half pounds, measures 13.7 mm thick, and has a 9.7-inch display with 1024 x 768 resolution. Its features include a Qualcomm dual-core 1.2GHz processor and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. HP displays TouchPad's speedy performance as it demonstrated videoconferencing and 3D action gaming during its unveiling event. The tablet also comes with loads of support for Google Docs, Dropbox, Box.net, Microsoft Word and Excel, wireless printing, and even Amazon Kindle. It also features HP's Synergy technology, which flawlessly syncs data among apps between WebOS-powered devices, as well as support for HP's Touchstone charging and syncing device. Note that TouchPad's Touchstone appears more like an easel instead of a round stone used in WebOS smartphones. The HP TouchPad will be available in 16GB and 32GB versions. Release date has yet to be announced. Source: Information Week Read More

Moky Invisible Touchpad Keyboard (0)

With the popularity of portable personal gadgets nowadays, people are increasingly dependent on mobile computing. Now that people bring along their gadgets with them anywhere, there is a certain level of convenience they still yearn for. For example, tablets are now being used in different ways that require the use of a wireless portable keyboard and mouse. But bringing along the peripherals all the time can be a hassle. If there is a way to streamline them, people will surely welcome the idea, just so they have less gadgets to carry with them. A novel concept to help alleviate this problem is one offered by the Moky Invisible Touchpad Keyboard. The Moky Invisible Touchpad Keyboard is a more convenient alternative for people in need of a portable keyboard and mouse on a daily basis. But Moky does away with the mouse and instead functions as an invisible touchpad as well. The whole keyboard not only functions as a typing tool, users can also use the surface as a convenient touchpad. There is no need for people to bring a separate touchpad or mouse along with a keyboard. The Moky offers the same features in a more convenient way. With just a push of a button users can alternate between typing and using the keyboard as an invisible touchpad. This is made possible by thin and safe IR laser sensors built into the keyboard that creates the invisible touchpad over the keyboard surface. This helps do away with using a separate mouse or touchpad to navigate the display. The Moky supports Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, taking advantage of the low energy consumption and longer battery life. The Moky Invisible Touchpad Keyboard has gone through a successful crowdfunding campaign at Indiegogo. You can still be a part and pledge $74 in order to get one Moky. Estimated delivery of the new Moky Invisible Touchpad Keyboard is slated on October of this year. Image Source: Indiegogo Read More

Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Touchpad Keyboard (0)

Now that most people make use of portable devices to get connected rather than desktops or even laptops, there are some things that they just need to sacrifice. Portable devices such as tablets or do not allow you the ability to types fast. The keys are just too small and cramped to sometimes even allow you to type with both hands. A portable keyboard will always be your best bet for times when you need one. The Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Touchpad Keyboard offers just the right option for you. The Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Touchpad Keyboard is a wireless keyboard that provides you the convenience of using a full QWERTY keyboard whenever you need it. This keyboard can connect to devices wirelessly via Bluetooth. There is no need to deal with messy wires using the Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Touchpad Keyboard. The Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Touchpad Keyboard comes with a slim design at just 4.3mm at its thinnest point. Despite its size, it provides users with full-sized keys for added typing comfort. In addition, this wireless keyboard also comes with a Smart Touch Area on the side that acts as a touchpad. With it, you no longer need to use a separate mouse. The scratch-resistant glass surface of the touchpad makes it convenient and easy to clean. Users can also program up to 15 gestures on the touchpad for smoother navigation. It also comes with a lithium ion rechargeable battery that can go for two weeks on a single charge. The aluminum allows housing adds some elegance into this slim and wireless keyboard. The Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Touchpad Keyboard is now available at selected retailers for $60. Image Source: Max Borges Agency Read More

Wireless Mini Bluetooth Keyboard With Touchpad (0)

Many device manufacturers out there are going for portability as their route towards success. That is why they strive to make the smallest possible device of any kind that many people may still find useful. But some can go as far as they can to achieve that certain distinction of having the smallest of any device available. Such is the case for this Wireless Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad. This unique Mini Bluetooth Keyboard is a palm-sized miniature but workable keyboard that connects wirelessly to compatible portable devices such as smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth. It features a full QWERTY keyboard that also comes with its own optical touchpad for more convenient navigation. It is quite handy to bring along for use with the smartphone or a tablet. The Wireless Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad is available at the Donya site for 3,000 Japanese Yen or around US$38. Image Source: Donya Read More

Logitech T650 Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad (1)

With technology now using a more touch-based approach to navigation as influenced by the many touchscreen devices available today, introducing the same feature on desktops may not be as easy. Most desktops today still do not have touchscreen displays yet so some touch features may not be readily available. But that does not mean that it is impossible, with the likes of the Logitech T650 Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad now coming into the market. The new Logitech T650 is a new device that may become an alternative to the standard mouse of today. With new operating systems such as Windows 7 and Windows 8 now equipped with touch features, the Logitech T650 Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad can help integrate these features with desktops with non-touch displays. This wireless touchpad comes with a smooth glass surface to make finger gestures easier to do. It is also equipped with 2.4GHz wireless technology for cordless convenience and an interference free wireless connectivity. The advanced optical tracking technology used in the touchpad allows for precise point and click functions. When using the Logitech T650, there are certain gestures that act as shortcuts to make computing even more convenient. Some of these functions are now quite standard in many touchscreen display devices such as the pinch to zoom in feature. Other touch gestures also help provide some shortcuts to common functions. The Logitech T650 also comes with a Unifying USB receiver that allows it to connect with multiple compatible wireless devices using only a single USB port. The Logitech T650 Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad is expected to come out this month along with other new Logitech devices and is priced at US$80. Image Source: Logitech Read More

Hanvon Officially Launches its TouchPad B10 (0)

The CEO of Hanvon started the ball rolling with the company's formal launch of the TouchPad B10 by smashing onto an apple ice sculpture for all the Chinese press to see, an obvious snide to the manufacturer of the today's “trendy” tablet, the iPad. The 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch tablet PC runs on Windows 7 on a 1.3GHz Intel Celeron MULV743 processor and GMA 4500 graphics chipset. Other noteworthy specs include 2GB of memory, choice of 250GB or 320 GB hard disk, 3.5 hours battery life, HDMI out, and WiFi. Although the company is poised to become the “iPad Killer” with its TouchPad B10, we are still a bit worried about the fate of this gadget. This tablet costs about 500 euros (about US$635), but we are not sure where it will be sold though. Source: Shanzai, via Engadget Related articles Hanvon's multitouch tablet previewed, surfaces in China March 25th with 1080p playback (engadget.com) Hanvon TouchPad BC10C and BA10E hands-on (engadget.com) Chinese companies plan tablets amid iPad hype (macworld.com) Read More

Miyoshi Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad (0)

The realm of wireless keyboards is still on the launch pad stage.  Although many consumers have not really taken interest with them, these keyboards are interesting enough to catch their curiosity and pay attention.The latest wireless keyboard unveiled to the market is the TP-24G01 by Miyoshi.  It has all the basic stuff you can find in a conventional keyboard, but an added touchpad integrated into it, much like what you see on laptops.  It connects to your PC through an USB receiver and a full 2.4 GHz wireless capability.  With the integrated touchpad, this keyboard eliminates the need of having a mouse with you, giving your computer more free ports for your other nifty hardware.The Miyoshi TP-24G01 wireless keyboard also includes media-specific keys and a larger ENTER key (making it more convenient to type in Japanese).  The manufacturer boasts that each of its keys can withstand up to 10 million keystrokes.The Miyoshi wireless keyboard is now available in Japan for about $100.Image source: MCO.co.jp Read More

HP Pavilion dm3t Ultraportable Laptop (0)

Another awesome Christmas gift idea for your friend or loved one is HP's take on ultraportable laptops.  The 13-inch HP Pavilion dm3t provides a balance of performance, mobility and affordability.The dm3t series has a wide range of options from the type of OS, Intel processor, memory, and hard drive, thereby giving you a laptop that fits your lifestyle and demands.  The base model runs on Windows 7 Home Premium OS, ultra-low-voltage Intel Celeron SU2300, 2GB DDR3 memory (with a free upgrade to 3GB), 250GB hard disk drive, and up to 10 hours of continuous battery life.  You can simply work with your HP ultraportable in normal conditions without having to worry whether you should have brought the adapter with you.The HP Pavilion dm3t comes in a sleek aluminum chassis (which explains the 4.2 pounds of weight), a 5-in-1 digital card reader, Ethernet connectivity, hard drive protection in case of an accidental fall, Altec Lansing stereo speakers, and an integrated webcam that performs well even in low lighting conditions.Its downside, however, is the silver-mirrored touchpad that has a slugging performance according to reviews.  Its glossy surface also makes the trackpad prone to fingerprint smudges.  This comes in contrast with the touchpad buttons, which offered a satisfactory feedback despite its narrow size.  The dm3t also has a slow cold start time, about two minutes long, and it takes 2.5 minutes to restart.The HP Pavilion dm3t is available on its official website and other authorized resellers starting at US$599.99.  They also come with AMD-equipped processors, thus reducing the price even further, although HP claims it would sacrifice the battery life.Image source:  HP Read More

Analyst: iPad 2 Rivals Are Better Off Collecting Dust (1)

With the iPad 2 hitting the shelves today, will other tablets be able to make a sizable cut in the market pie? One analyst says they should forget about it. This outlook is how J.P. Morgan Research analyst Mark Moskowitz see it. According to Moskowitz, other tablet manufacturers could hit an oversupply bubble during the second half of 2011 because they are unable to sell their devices. J.P. Morgan estimates that Apple and its rivals would manufacture about 81 million tablets this year. However, Moskowitz foresees that only 47.9 million tablets would actually ship this year, causing an oversupply among many companies but he thinks the iPad would not suffer that fate. "In our view, the technical and form factor improvements of the iPad 2 stand to make it tougher for the first generation of competitive offerings to play catch-up, meaning actual shipments could fall well short of plan," Moskowitz wrote in his investor report. The oversupply of tablets, if it does happen, would not only hurt the makers of tablet computers, but also manufacturers of individual hardware components such as touch screens, processors, and graphics chips. Among the iPad 2 competitors that are set to be shipped in the coming months include the Samsung 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab (in addition to the recently-demoed Galaxy Tab 10.1, as seen in the picture), the BlackBerry PlayBook, and the HP TouchPad. Those and many other tablets will join the Motorola Xoom, which made its retail debut two weeks ago. Source: CNET Read More



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