Meet the all new, smaller HP Veer

| February 9, 2011 | Reply

Perhaps one of the smallest devices we will see from HP/Palm is the all new Veer.  The HP Veer is the first webOS device to officially drop the Palm branding from what we have seen.  From the images we are looking at, the keyboard looks to be very similar to it’s larger brother in the Pre family and with a smaller screen this will definitely help round out HP’s line-up.  The Veer features a Snapdragon 7230 processor running at 800 MHz, a 2.6″ (320×400) display, 5 megapixel camera, HSPA+ support, 8GB of on board storage, accelerometer, Touchstone compatibility and mobile hotspot support as well.  No official word on pricing or carrier availability yet, but keep it here as we continue to learn more from HP’s event.  Check out the HP Veer below and let us know what your thoughts on this device.

Source: Engadget

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