While Steve Jobs greatest creation allows you to interact with the iPad by using all ten digits, PalmPad may one up the iPad–literally–by introducing a simple tool that will appeal to corporate execs, artists and journalists around the world.
Our insider tells us that just likeÂ HP’s tm series notebook, the webOS tablet will have a screen that recognizes aÂ wacom pen while functioningÂ as a capacitive touchscreen. That means the webOS tablet–unlike the iPad–will be anÂ actual tablet. You will be able to take handwritten notes on it and easily search your notes. (Examiner.com)
Just the very fact that the PalmPad will come with an official stylus Â will set PalmPad apart from “that other” touchscreen tablet, as well as help the company leverage their products against Steve Jobs alternative to net books.
Coupled with a front facing camera and the PalmPad could easily replace the popular iPad, despite the lack of apps upon the App Catalog (aka Palm’s app store).