After months and months of speculations, delays and whatnot, today we learn that HP’s TouchPad will hit the market on June 22nd, with a starting price of $500 in the 16GB version of the device. The info comes from a couple of listing on HP’s website, that mention the unit with the Pavilion brand name

The 32GB version costs $600 and it was already spotted at Walmart, through a previous leak. Accessories are also welcome, including a HP TouchPad case, among others. Pre-orders start on June 19 and if you don’t know the facts here they are: 9.7 inch XGA multitouch display, WiFi, Bluetooth (no 3G for now), front facing 1.3MP webcam, light sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, 6300mAh battery.

The device weighs 740 grams and measures 13.7mm in thickness.

  • Deian Stancu

    Pricy one, make that in euros in my country, and it’s more than an Ipad…. WebOS and same Ipad format, no microSD, no USB? What’s with WebOS anyway? Who’ll code for this OS, being a developer these days is a pain… how many apps has, 3-4?