At a price point of $169, HP is not going after the high end of the tablet market, where the iPad dominates. Instead, it is going after lower-priced tablets, such as the Google Nexus 7 and the Amazon (AMZN - Get Report) Kindle Fire HD, which both start at $199.In other HP news, the company sold its WebOS platform to LG, with the Korean conglomerate using the operating system to support its Smart TV technology. As part of the deal, LG will get licenses for HP's intellectual property to use webOS in its products.
HP Touts Slate7 Tablet, Sells WebOS (Update 1)
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