---- HP Launches Palm-Powered Tablets Based Upon It's Own webOS System
incrediBILL - 6:57 am on Feb 21, 2011 (gmt 0)
fragmented solutions from a myriad of Android vendors
Same old lame argument.
Those are called choices, the same choices that led to the PC dominating over the one-size-fits-all Apple solutions of yester-year, same thing today.
With choices I can get a big screen, small screen, KEYBOARD (not on iPhone), and even 4G!
Has nothing to do with Android, it has to do with filling marketing niches and HP isn't known for that and they're way late to the current game, same as the Win7 phones.
FWIW, I actually would've preferred an iPhone, but Apple and their infinite wisdom of partnering with AT&T is what sent me and others elsewhere. Then they "opened" the platform to Verizon, fail, it's not that good where I live, could get that fail with AT&T.
full exchange server compatibility
Who wants that ancient MS crap?
My email is in the cloud, I can access it from any device seamlessly.