No pricing, no precise schedule, no future (imho)…
The new products, unveiled in San Francisco on Wednesday, include a 9.7-inch tablet called the TouchPad, the Pre3 smartphone designed for office workers and the smaller Veer smartphone, which is about the size of a credit card. The phones have touchscreens and sliding keyboards, and all of the new devices run the WebOS operating system that H-P acquired last year when it bought Palm for $1.2 billion.
The Veer phone won't be available until spring, and the tablet and Pre3 until summer. H-P didn't disclose pricing information for any of the devices or say which carriers will provide service for the phones.