We’ve seen the HP Touchstone 2 before. It’s popped up on eBay, the webOS Nation forums and even Craigslist in the Silicon Valley area. But have you seen a functionality test? You will.
UPDATE: Well, it turns out I didn’t do my research properly. The P100UNA was the Telcel Palm Pre. I got pretty excited there for a minute, didn’t I? It’s still unique in that this is a marked pre-production unit with no back-mirror branding and has an AT&T configuration.
@alan_morford hey just want to let you know… P100UNA is not an AT&T Pre. It's a production device, the Telcel Pre.
— Calvin C (@ToniCipriani5) July 8, 2016
In this the third episode of rare webOS devices, I take a look at a protoype Pre 3 and the
never-before-seen P100UNA also known as the AT&T Telcel Palm Pre.
In the beginning, there was a Treo XXX. No, not a hardcore Treo. It was a prototype Treo 800. Palm employees called it Zeppelin (CDMA) and Floyd (GSM) or Zepfloyd for short. It was the canvas for a pre-webOS operating system with a UI dubbed Prima. Prima wasn’t good and was scrapped for Luna and webOS was born.
— Alan Morford (@alan_morford) June 12, 2016
I recently got my grubby little hands on some rare webOS stuff. In a few episodes or so, I’ll chronicle what I received. Let’s start!
Former HP/Palm devrel member, Lisa Brewster (@Adora), posted this awesome webOS collection photo on her Twitter yesterday in commemoration of webOS’ 7th birthday. Several things in this photo are eye-catching to say the least! Go ahead…click the picture!
Ok, are you seeing what I’m seeing? Let’s start with the most rare and work from there.