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    Hi everyone,

    HP is testing a new device with 1024x768 resolution and with physical keyboard and a HP Pre (4?) without physical keyboard.

    [Exclu] Un TouchPad avec clavier physique, un smartphone Pre sans clavier et le Pre 3 qui pointe le bout de son nez !
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    YES! That is fantastic!

    We could posssibly say this is the "Foleo" we (ehm...I?) have been waiting for!
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    That's not a Pre without keyboard, it's a Pre using a virtual keyboard so "acting" like it doesn't have a slideout keyboard. Notice the screen's 320x480, the same as the original Pre. They're NOT going to make a device without a physical keyboard and that small a screen. But when someone activates the virtual keyboard on that device, it would need to be identified as having only a virtual keyboard so that can send the key strokes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6tr6tr View Post
    That's not a Pre without keyboard, it's a Pre using a virtual keyboard so "acting" like it doesn't have a slideout keyboard. Notice the screen's 320x480, the same as the original Pre. They're NOT going to make a device without a physical keyboard and that small a screen. But when someone activates the virtual keyboard on that device, it would need to be identified as having only a virtual keyboard so that can send the key strokes.
    Why keyboardavailable = false ?

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    The HP webOS sales training site specifically mentioned webOS on a "netbook" when I looked at it last night, so I think that must be what you are seeing in the logs. Notice how the resolution is a horizontal one? It's good that this is being tested now. Thx for posting the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boucles0 View Post
    Why keyboardavailable = false ?

    To make sure that any legacy code (in 3rd party apps or HP/Palm apps) which check for that value won't still look for a keyboard most likely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by un_designer View Post
    The HP webOS sales training site specifically mentioned webOS on a "netbook" when I looked at it last night, so I think that must be what you are seeing in the logs. Notice how the resolution is a horizontal one? It's good that this is being tested now. Thx for posting the info.
    How would the TouchPad being used with the Blutooth keyboard register?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6tr6tr View Post
    That's not a Pre without keyboard, it's a Pre using a virtual keyboard so "acting" like it doesn't have a slideout keyboard. Notice the screen's 320x480, the same as the original Pre. They're NOT going to make a device without a physical keyboard and that small a screen. But when someone activates the virtual keyboard on that device, it would need to be identified as having only a virtual keyboard so that can send the key strokes.
    well if you compare the rest of them, then its more likely it does not have a physical keyboard (no slider & keyboard type uknown), plus it's running webOS 3.0

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