HP has revealed that its forthcoming Touchpad Tablet and Pre3 and Veer smart phones can exchange content with each other thanks to built-in NFC technology, according to Silicon.com.
Unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week, both the tablet and the smart phones operate on HP’s webOS operating system and feature the company’s proprietary “Touchstone” NFC technology, allowing the devices to share information with each other just by touching.
In a demonstration at the MWC, HP placed one of its new smart phones directly on top of the Touchpad tablet to initiate communication. When the devices came into contact, a ripple spread across the tablet’s screen, and in just a couple of seconds the web page that was open on the tablet appeared on the phone’s browser.
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