HP Is NO LONGER Making An Android Tablet?

HP's original vision: tablets of every OS flavor, led by the (since deceased) Windows 7 Slatebut complemented by Android and webOS devices. Today it turns out there can only be one. And it's not named after dessert.

HP's decision to table their Android tablet—reported by All Things D—shouldn't come so much as a surprise, but it might come as a bit of a relief. With HP focused on reaping theplatform benefits of their Palm acquisition, they can put all of their resources behind one great tablet instead of two rushed ones. And as a consumer, I'll know exactly what an HP tablet is, and what makes it different from other products.

That webOS tablet, reportedly called Hurricane, should be out this fall if previous rumors hold water. As for an Android iteration, it seems that it's been delayed indefinitely—never a good sign. [All Things D]

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