Originally Posted by hezetation
The problem isn't necessarily webOS but that HP bought it. Since when did HP know how to optimize software, their software & drivers are horrible crap.
It wasn't great under Palm sometimes.
WebOS is great overall, but there are little hesitations at times, doesn't even matter much if I nearly double my Pre Plus' CPU to 1 GHz; sometimes the OS just doesn't seem like it's responding to input.
Example, sometimes in the phone app, it won't appear to be responding to the input of numbers, and it suddenly displays all the numbers you've pressed, basically like your typing too fast or something.
It's annoying, it can ruin the rest of the experience at times. This happened under WebOS 1.4.x, and now 2.1, and HP has owned Palm for a little over a year now. I was curious about the TP (still have yet to demo one), but it sounds like the current crop of WebOS phones ATM (OS glitches and lack of apps, although the later isn't a dealbreaker).
I actually think WebOS would be a better experience on a tablet, but not in its current state.