Together the upcoming HP Zeen tablet and Zeus printer will be known as the HP Photosmart eStation C510 if an HP product page that surfaced briefly this past weekend is to be believed. The page, pulled down quickly by HP, also confirmed much of the information leaked back in August.
Engadget has also learned that, while powered by Google Android 2.1, much of the Google services will be hidden behind HP’s TouchSmart interface. The Google Market may be unavailable and Google apps such as GMail may not be accessible. The touchscreen is apparently not very accurate either. The focus of the Zeen remains on e-reading with integration with the Barnes & Noble Nook bookstore and ecosystem.
The HP PhotoSmart eStation C510 should hit the street on September 20th for US$399.99. Pricing for the standalone Zeen tablet is still unknown.