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Friday, 01 October 2010 10:50

HP promises dozens of webOS devices

Written by Fudzilla staff


New form factors
HP has announced that it will introduce dozens of webOS-based devices over the next year.

HP CTO Rahul Sood said that the company would start offering the new devices soon and that some of them will be exctining.

“The stuff that excites me the most are the new form factors… Over the next 12 months we will see the makings of a new portfolio and the beginning of something great again,” he said.

Although it’s a pretty optimistic announcement, HP is still quiet about the specifics and it’s not exactly clear what HP has in mind. We’re guessing Sood is talking about a bunch of tablets and oversized smartphones.

Fudzilla staff

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0 #1 Fud_u 2010-10-03 04:34
Took long enough for HP and Palm to make babies. So far, I haven't seen any new born that spark interest because most of it seem like vapor-ware.
 

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