HP Touchpad Launched – Full Specs

Updated on 09 February 2011 by

I’m watching live blogs of the HP WebOS event where there’s no mention of Palm!

They’ve talked about WebOS and launched the HP Touchpad. This is targeted squarely at the iPad market. It couldn’t look more similar but with dual-core CPU and a great OS, this could be something you might want to team with a keybaord for some productivity. More information coming but specs, images are below.


HP Touchpad

Image via Engadgets live blog

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Specs, via the event and from leaked information and images.

  • Manufacturer: HP
  • Model name: Touchpad
  • CPU type: Qualcomm APQ8060 (Dual Core)
  • CPU speed: 1200 Mhz
  • OS: HP WebOS
  • Display Size: 9.7″ 1024 X 768
  • Screen Type: LED-Backlit LCD
  • Touch Technology: Capacitive Multi-touch
  • RAM: 512 MB 1Gb (Thx @LeonVeraa)
  • Flash: 16 GB
  • Keyboard: NO (On screen)
  • Mouse Pointer: NO
  • Battery capacity: 24 (Wh)
  • Weight: 700gm / 24.7 oz.
  • Size (w/h/d mm): 240/190/14 mm
  • Size (w/h/d inches): 9.4/7.5/0.6

Physical Interfaces

  • Micro USB
  • Mobile sim-card slot
  • Headset i/f (Mic+Line)

Wireless Interfaces

  • 802.11 b/g/n
  • BT 2.1
  • Cellular Options

Additional Specs and Accessories

  • Stereo speakers
  • WebCam 1.3Mp
  • Notification Light
  • Accelerometer
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Compass (Digital)
  • IPS Display
  • Microphone
  • Gyroscope


  • 3G voice/data modem
  • A-GPS (Internet Assisted) (With 3G option)

More information, links and videos will be added to the product page….

Here’s a video from the event followed by the official teaser video.

4 Comments For This Post

  1. jp99 says:

    Regarding the battery size, it’s rare to see anyone use W-hr for this. Usually mAh are used, and for this device it’s 6300 mAh.

  2. chippy says:

    The mah figure gives you no idea of capacity unless you know the cell configuration (which gives you the voltage, and therefore, the ability to calculate the capacity.) mah is a figure used in the phone world where there was only ever one cell of 3.7v.

  3. Rachel Moore says:

    According to HP Touchpad there were 64 million tablets sold last year. If you take into account HP’s pure size and Palm’s relatively small, but stable following – I think the HP touchpad can be the number 2 tablet of the year. Android is going to be released on too many different hardware platforms imo.

  4. Rosemary Templet says:

    Well written article, thank you very much. Will return to your site more often in the future.

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