It’s been awhile since HP announced their upcoming webOS tablet, the TouchPad, but it hasn’t been forgotten. While we’re all waiting for the tablet to arrive on the market, HP has been busy getting their webOS devices approved by the FCC. Earlier this week the Pre 3 paid them a visit, and today we’ve got one more device – the HP webOS wireless keyboard. While it isn’t the tablet, its appearance does signify that we’re one step closer to seeing the TouchPad on the market.
The webOS keyboard looks pretty good, and features a sleek, curvy and professional looking design that would go well with the upcoming HP TouchPad. Not many details for the keyboard have been released, besides the fact that we know it runs on batteries, uses Bluetooth for connectivity and is compatible with webOS. I wonder which HP device or accessory will be the next to hit the FCC?
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