HP TouchPad 4G will be available exclusively in the United States on the nation's fastest mobile broadband network, AT&T, in time for back to school with a "faster 1.5-GHz processor, 32 GB of internal storage, integrated GPS and AT&T wireless mobile broadband capabilities built in, the connected version of HP's first webOS tablet lets users browse the web, check email and get more done in more places - not just Wi-Fi hotspots," announced HP.
"AT&T's fast mobile broadband network will enable HP TouchPad 4G users to download large files quickly, stay on top of emails, and access favorite websites with ease. With AT&T's DataConnect Plans for Tablets, users can buy the prepaid or postpaid mobile broadband data service that fits their needs, whether they're an occasional user or want to stay connected all the time. HP TouchPad 4G users also will be able to take advantage of unlimited access to more than 20,000 AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots nationwide with qualifying data plans," stated HP.
With support for Adobe Flash Player Beta; video calling capabilities; the ability to print wirelessly to compatible networked HP printers; Quickoffice to view Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files; and Adobe Reader to view PDFs, HP TouchPad is a true productivity powerhouse. It automatically syncs personal and work emails, contacts and calendars from sources such as Microsoft Exchange, Facebook and Google into a single view.
[Source: HP Press]