- HP didn't announce a single carrier relationship, domestically or internationally, for its smartphones or tablet, except for Verizon, which will sell a now-obsolete Pre model.
- Not a single reseller came out to commit to sell any of the products.
- HP didn't give any hard delivery dates or prices, so it's impossible to say how any of the products will stack up against their iOS and Android counterparts.
- The TouchPad will ship initially without 3G/4G support, and no carrier will bother with it until it has broadband support.
- There was no mention whatsoever of battery life for the TouchPad, which is a bad sign--if it had great life, HP would have talked about it.
- There will undoubtedly be more details tonight at HP's developer event in San Francisco, but most developers that haven't already committed to the WebOS platform are going to wait until prices and distribution deals are announced.
In short, the bottom line from today's event is that HP's new devices might be really good, but we'll have to wait to see when we can get them and how much they'll cost.