Engadget reports that a tipster has sent in these internal renders of HP / Palm’s “Topaz” webOS tablet they plan to unveil in February, which is one of two tablets currently being developed in Sunnyvale. That’s right, two tablets: the 9-inch Topaz and a 7-inch model codnamed Opal — a lineup that fits nicely into Palm’s.
Both the devices have unspecified 1.2GHz processors, and that Topaz may arrive before Opal.
We’re assuming the gesture area rotates with the display, a front-facing camera, a micro USB port on the bottom, and what appears to be a Vizio Tablet-style three speaker arrangement for stereo audio in both landscape and portrait modes — that’s two speakers along the left side and a third on the right. We’d also note the back appears to be a glossy material, which might rule out a giant Touchstone for charging — Touchstone backs have heretofore been soft-touch, but anything can change, we suppose.