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Thursday, 28 October 2010 08:28

Six new in the hopper for Palm

Written by David Stellmack
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Rumors suggest they will arrive in 2011
HP is apparently infusing Palm with development cash, and that development is said to have yielded six (6!) new devices. The new devices from Palm’s lab, of course, run the WebOS and run the gamut of styles and types. One of the devices is said to be a WebOS tablet device from Palm.

Whispers from overseas suggest that both Foxconn and Compal will be building the new devices and the contracts have already been signed. The devices will carry the Palm branding and will start arriving in 2011.

It is unknown if HP or Palm have been able to secure orders from carriers for the devices, but our sources tell us that HP would not be building them if they didn’t think they could sell them.

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