HP’s long rumored WebOS Tablet has finally been unveiled and it’s called the TouchPad. The TouchPad packs in a 9.7″ display with a 1024×768 resolution, it weighs 1.6lbs, measures 13.7mm thick, sports a 1.3 megapixel webcam with video calling, and it also packs in Beats Audio technology along with stereo speakers, a built-in gyroscope, and accelerometer, plus it’s running on a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon CPU. The TouchPad is running on WebOS 3.0 with support for multitasking, Flash, notifications, wireless printing, VPN support, Google Docs and the ability to share information with the new Pre 3 just by touching them together.
With the new TouchPad running WebOS 3.0, it finally seems like WebOS can really shine. And the TouchPad is looking super slick too. That said, we’d hold off on making a tablet purchasing decision until at-least March when Apple is likely to unveil the iPad 2.