HP TouchPad FB359UA 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Glossy Black
About this product
|The HP Touchpad is a tablet PC that is packed with a variety of features. Powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz Scorpion processor and 1 GB RAM, this slick black HP tablet PC runs on WebOS 3.0 and can execute a variety of applications with ease. This HP Touchpad tablet has a 9.7-inch backlit capacitive display that supports multi-touch inputs and displays images in 768x1024 pixels resolution. The extensive internal memory provides ample space to store all your important files on this HP Touchpad tablet. The HP touchpad offers superb connectivity options through Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth, while the native Flash 10.1 support gives an excellent browsing experience. The 1.3 MP camera in this HP touchpad tablet lets you snap web-friendly images with a resolution of 1280x1024 pixels.|
|Display Size||9.7in (24.64 cm)|
|Supported File Types||AAC, AAC Plus, AMR, DOC, DOCX, GIF, H.263, H.264, HTM, HTML, MP3, MPEG-4, PDF, PPT, PPTX, QCELP, TXT, WAV, XLS, XLSX, eAAC+|
|Exterior Color||Glossy Black|
|Processor Type||Dual Core|
|Processor Speed||1.2 GHz|
|Display and Screen|
|Display Tech||TFT Active Matrix LCD with LED Backlit|
|Resolution||1024 x 768|
|Display Color Support||18-bit (262K Colors)|
|Graphic Processor||Qualcomm Adreno 220|
|Touch Screen Technology||Multi-Touch|
|Rear Camera Resolution||1.3 megapixel|
|Front Camera Resolution||1.3 megapixel|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN|
|Expansion Ports||USB 2.0|
|Wireless capabilities||Bluetooth, WLAN 802.11a, WLAN 802.11b, WLAN 802.11g, WLAN 802.11n|
|Audio Input||Line In (3.5mm), Microphone, Stereo Input Jack|
|Audio Output||Headphones, Line Out, Sound card, Speaker(s)|
|Height||9.45in (24 cm)|
|Width||7.48in (19 cm)|
|Depth||0.54in (1.37 cm)|
|Weight||1.6lb (0.74 kg)|
|Battery Technology||Lithium polymer|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 5.25 hours|
|Additional Technical Informations|
|Input Method||Camera, Touch-Screen, Touchpad|
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- kingtxagJul 31, 2011by
I love love WebOS, Touchpad is awesome.
5 days with my Touchpad and I love it. My wife hates it because I won't get off it. I am a die hard Palm lover. I am a lover of HP printers so now I am even happier with a HP Touchpad with Palm's webOS. So with that said I wrote HP my complaints: 1 needs a kickstand like the HTC EVA phone so I can lay in bed and type this review, 2 if you are familiar with the Palm 750 or 755 Treo, you will remember the case or cover had a seude feel to it. A non-slip cover, I hate this shinny slippery black plastic finish on the back. All it does is show my finger prints and make me nervous I am going to drop it. I know this can be solved with a cover accessory. But for $500 to $600 you would hope for that wonderful non-slip seude feel in your hand that came with the Palm 755 Treo. 3 key board, my HTC EVO has a keyboard that pops up on the screen and it offers arrows that helps or allows me to maneuver the cursor into positions when I left a letter out of a word. With this keyboard I have to tap between the letters with my finger to position the cursor. Not Good. 4 A camera on the back would be nice so I could video my family like I do with my HD camera on my little cell phone. 5 A HDMI port would be nice so I can plug my Touchpad into my big screen TV and watch videos, movies or whatever with family like i do with my cell phone.<br><br>That is my 5 complaints and with that said when they come out with the next version I will be the first to buy. I love the HP Touchpad. I just pray other people have raised my issues with HP and my complaints are heard.<br><br>I have no way of comparing the Touchpad to any other Tablet I have only owned this one and I love it. I waited to buy a touchpad because I am a huge lover of WebOS from my Palm Pre when they first came out. I will follow WebOS to any device. I will even leave Sprint of 15 years if they don't get the Palm Pre3 when they come out.<br><br>I do believe apple's apps are way cooler but I believe in time WebOS will have the same type of cool apps.<br><br>I hope this helps and HP makes a few hardware changes or adjustments on the next version to sucker me to another purchase.Read full review
- taxman314Sep 5, 2011by
Should Win A Consumer's Choice Award!
Not too shabby! A shame HP didn't price it under $200 to begin with. I can't really understand why folks flock to purchase the Apple ipad 2 for 3x the cost. Perfect size to take on trips, check email, view some favorite apps. etc. With an over the air update it clips along well. Lots of people bash the Webos system, I really couldn't tell much of a difference btw Android, and whatever operating system Apple has. It definitely has better quality sounding speakers than what the competition has. Media sources indicated with the $149.00 price tag people were showing up in droves to purchase one, a complete overnight sell-out. If you wanted one now, you have to fork up some extra dough on Ebay. Hp is still going to support the Webos in the future so if you purchase one it won't be obselete. Also, Hp covers a brand new unit for 1 year under their warranty. Some minor glitches with the touchscreen, however thats the case with any brand. It doesn't disappoint!Read full review
- talentpushersSep 14, 2011by
Nice portable, functional, and great looking device and iPad alternative.
Terrific device that works better than expected. The visuals are great for pictures and the Internet. One can create several accounts for email, social networking, and photo storage. It also has a nice apps store which should expand. Storage capacity can be expanded by getting a free 50gb Boxes account. the only drawbacks for me are difficulties accessing the files system and playing videos located on the device and attracting smudges. It plays Youtube, Dailymotion, and demo videos very well, however, I cannot locate the vidwos I uploaded to the device for play. The glossy finish attracts fingerprints, but does clean-up well witht he included cleaning cloth.<br><br>I bought it because it was inexpensive and not an Android, Windows or Mac. I love it's size and was able to type on it very easily. The office program included is limited in creation options, but it does work with Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and PDFs. Do not plan to do major editing though. I did have trouble downloading documents from the web, but was able to transfer them from another computer and they worked. WebOS looks promising and can pair with Palm to make phone calls. However, I have Android and RIM, but I understand the limitation.<br><br>I am satisfied with this product and look forward to using it more in the future.Read full review
- protocsxFeb 3, 2012by
Excellent tablet, well worth the money spent!
This is actually a great tablet, despite all the bad reviews and listing it as a total flop and a epic failure. WebOS is a great operating system, I have nothing but good things to say about it. I actually bought several broken ones to fix and bought a pristine 64GB too. I bought these specifically to install Android, not that webos is bad I just don't think it's being actively supported and developed even though it's now open source and app selection is very limited. I use the tablet on a daily basis using Android Ice Cream Sandwich. I honestly think it beats the hell out of the iPad and yes I do own a iPad 2. The sound from the tablet is amazing! I would highly recommend this tablet to anyone, well worth the money spent!
- ken276Jun 7, 2015by
WORTH THE EFFORT TO CONVERT IT.
WHEN CHANGED TO ANDROID SYSTEM ,REALLY WELL WORTH IT. SELLER SHOULD CONVERT TO ANDROID FOR YOU.ONLY PURCHASE WITH HP CHARGER.