HP Zeen & PhotoSmart EStation C510 Leaks More

Posted: Sep 7 2010, 11:28am CDT | by , in News | Android

 
HP Zeen & PhotoSmart eStation C510 Leaks More
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Outlook not-so-good.

We last saw the HP Zeen and its companion printer back in early August. It was revealed to be a capacitive touchscreen color Android 2.1 tablet with a wireless printer for an estimated $399. Now Engadget has received leaked images of a product page that went up a tad too early.

First off, some bad news. The Zeen may not be a "with Google" device, which means no support for the Android Market or Gmail app. The Zeen will run Android 2.1 underneath a layer of the TouchSmart UI. It has capacitive touch buttons, a microSD slot, video support and possibly a camera with webcam.

The Zeen will be focused on e-reading and will be heavily integrated with the Barnes & Noble bookstore. Ebook printing, anyone? The touchscreen has been billed as rather inaccurate, but that may be due to the early development phase. Then again, this is set to be a "budget" tablet. It is still expected to launch on September 20.

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