HP Palm just announced the most awaited device of 2011 at their webOS event few minutes back; HP just unveiled the HP TouchPad the real competitor of iPad. HP TouchPad, the first tablet that can really challenge the iPad, it comes with a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a 9.7-inch 2024 x 768 display.


According to HP:

Our breakthrough interface features a spacious workspace and activity cards that provide an easy way to visualize and organize what you’re working on. Easily move back and forth between cards. And group related cards in stacks—or have them stacked automatically.


HP TouchPad comes with 16GB or 32GB storage and also supports Flash Player 10.1, runs the latest HP’s webOS operating system. HP TouchPad can also do FaceTime style video calling and as well as has TouchStone technology, its own version of AirPrint and AirPlay which allows to share information between webOS devices.