We’ve all heard about the demise of webOS and that HP cancelled the TouchPad, that’s already old news and so yesterday, but have you seen Adolf Hitler’s reaction to this announcement yet? If not you’re in luck because a behind the scenes tipster (who chooses to remain anonymous for obvious reasons) caught Hitler’s reaction live on video. Easily one of the funniest Hitler reaction videos to date!
The moment you’ve all been patiently waiting for has arrived and it’s time to get down to business with our top 10 list of the best tablets for back to school 2011. With so many new tablets on the scene this year it’s not easy making a selection, but never fear because we’re always here to help!
Our staff at LetsTalkTablets.com are pleased to announce the release of our exclusive interview with Sherief Ibrahim, webOS Category Leader for HP Canada. We feel very fortunate to have been granted this wonderful opportunity to discuss the new webOS 3.0 and the HP TouchPad with Sherief, one of the industries top experts. We know that HP is very busy at the moment preparing for the launch of their new tablet and operating system so we did our best to keep our questions short and sweet.
Quite often you hear people ask “What tablet PC should I buy?” or “What is the coolest tablet right now?”. These are reasonable questions, however isn’t it just as important to ask “What tablet operating system will best suit my needs?”. In a lot of cases it’s the software that makes the tablet. Of course hardware does go hand in hand with overall performance and capabilities but today I’m going to focus on some of the pros and cons for various tablet operating systems available today.
It’s believed that the highly anticipated HP TouchPad will be available at a plethora of different outlets including Wal-Mart with a modest price tag of $600. That’s according to an unidentified tipster who shared this information with our friends over at PreCentral.net.