Now this is interesting – we know that HP has already filed a trademark for PalmPad, and rumors of said webOS-powered device to work with a stylus have already started to make their rounds, although there is now word of a Windows 7-powered tablet undergoing evaluation. It does make us wonder whether such a two-pronged approach to the tablet scene would be a wise investment, as marketing and pushing new hardware costs a company a whole lot of dough, and to offer such alternatives to consumers in an ever saturated market might not be the smartest of moves at the moment. Regardless, either way, neither tablet device look capable of usurping the iPad’s comfortable lead in the tablet market.
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