At least that is what the UPS tracker says – “Out For Delivery”. It does make me wish for a real-time feed of my package location so I could estimate when it would arrive -- that would clearly be a security risk though. You'd probably have people tracking down trucks on the road if they let that happen.
I’ll likely not get a chance to really run the HP TouchPad through its paces until the weekend, but I’ll at least get a chance to crack it out of the box.
I was just looking at an analysis of tablets in Government Computer News and saw this statement:
“In terms of security, the tablet runs WebOS, which means there is inherent security, such as the ability to use encryption that will work in the enterprise. That means you don’t have to add extra programs to fully protect your files. And it’s not just a top-level access control program, but full encryption for everything.
For ease of use, you can link the device to any other device running WebOS to share files. The price is pretty much like most tablets this size, but you get a lot more power and security under the hood. In fact, the HP TouchPad may be the best choice overall for government users looking to use tablets without spending a ton of money.”
That is some pretty high expectations to live up to! I can’t wait to write some Enyo code for it and see what it can do.