HP Pre 3 vs. Palm Pre 2

Here is a comparison from TechnoBuffalo.com of the newly being released Hp Pre2 and the newly announced Pre3

After such a long wait, was the new HP Pre 3 (aka Palm Pre 3) worth it? And is it a worthy successor to the Palm Pre 2?

The HP Pre 3 was announced this morning at HP’s big webOS event, and while some of us were a bit surprised the company opted to keep the Pre name as it is associated with a failed phone, as well as really creepy ads, but keeping it they are. Name aside, however, how does the phone stack up? Will it blow the Pre 2 out of the water? We’ve put together a chart for you that shows the phones side-by-side, and there are some definite improvements, as well as a few that make you wonder why they stayed the same.
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HP launches first run at the tablet market

TouchPad, two new smartphones offer ‘original features that set webOS apart … and takes them further. The first and third video are courtesy of TechnoBuffalo and the middle one is from PhoneScoop.

Hewlett-Packard rolled out its debut entrant into the red-hot tablet market, the HP TouchPad, as well as two new smartphones — all running a new version of the webOS that it acquired last year when it bought Palm.

HP may be behind some of its competitors with its tablet, but Todd Bradley, executive vice president of HP’s Personal Systems Group, implied that the market is in its infancy as he kicked off the event Wednesday. “We’re in the early stages of a market that’s going to continue to grow in size, importance and relevance,” he said.

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