HP shares the future of webOS on February 9th

| January 4, 2011 | Reply

Look who decided to join the announcement party.  That’s right, HP has begun sending out invitations to a press event scheduled for February 9th out in San Fransisco.  The invitation clearly states “Think big. Think small. Think beyond.”  One would have to assume they are introducing a fresh line-up of devices, presumably a new phone, tablet, and something bigger?  This is definitely interesting for a slew of reasons, first and foremost that beyond CES we should be seeing something new and fresh out of HP.  I have to agree with the guys over at Engadget, that there is no mention whatsoever about Palm in this invite, so perhaps they are doing away with that branding.  Either way, with all the CES buzz floating around it is always good to see HP keeping themselves in the mix.  Now to find out what exactly they are announcing.  Keep it here as we will continue to follow the story and keep you up to date, and drop us a comment below with your thoughts on what HP might have up their sleeve.

Oh boy — here we go. HP has just issued an invitation to the press for a webOS event in San Francisco on February 9th. The minimal email asks attendees to ‘Think Big. Think Small. Think Beyond.’ — and that definitely sounds like a multi-product launch to us. If we were betting types, we’d put money on a phone (perhaps rumors we’ve been hearing about the ‘world’s smallest’ smartphone will come to fruition), a tablet, and lots of talk about the future of webOS. One thing missing? The name Palm. Looks like that brand could be on the way out. Regardless, we’ll be there live delivering the news in true Engadget fashion… so get ready!

Source:  Engadget

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