HP has taken the wraps off its 9.7-inch TouchPad tablet.
The long-rumoured tablet will be powered by a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, come with 16GB or 32GB storage, and weigh 0.7kg.
No prices, carriers or availability have been announced. It is expected to be available this summer and may face competition from the iPad 2, which is reportedly in production.
The tablet, which runs WebOS, has activity cards, which are meant to provide an easy way to visualise and organise your work.
The TouchPad has a front-facing camera and its 9.7-inch screen will work for video calls.
The HP TouchPad can be connected to an external keyboard.
Alternatively, the device has an onboard touchscreen keyboard.
A snapshot of the TouchPad's calendar feature.
TouchPad will include Beats Audio technology.
This story originally appeared as Gallery: HP's 9.7-inch TouchPad tablet on ZDNet.com.
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