Palm Pad, by Brent Downey
We weren’t able to get many details on the Pad, but as these renders show, the new device comes with a kickstand, wireless physical keypad, and a slide-down back with gaming controls and a touch-sensitive input area.
Palm Twist, by Adam Wrigley
With concave sides for easy grip the Twist stands as both a portrait slider phone, but when up you can give the screen a twist to turn it sideways for gaming with exposed joystick controls.
Palm R1, by David Rhyne
Running a totally overhauled webOS 2.0, the new slate-style R1 packs a 1.33GHz processor, a 960×480 3.5 inch super-black screen, a textured magnesium body, and a 6MP rear camera with 1.3MP up front.
Palm C40, by David Vogt
A nice big 4.3 inch screen over a BlackBerry-style portrait slider keyboard mark the stand-out features of the C40. Inside you’ll find a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 32GB for storage, and webOS 2.0, all wrapped up in a magnesium shell.
Unnamed Palm Phone, by Jamie Myer
This phone slides vertically and rotates, allowing keyboard use with portrait and landscape oriented screens. Rotating exposes a front-facing camera and speaker, and the whole package is nerd-friendly translucent.
Unnamed Palm Watch, by Jesus Valenzuela
Details are sparse on this webOS-powered watch, but what is clear is that it packs a projector to take your webOS experience from the super-small screen to however big you’d like.
Palm HD2, by LCGuy
Spec’d out would be an apt description for the HD2, which packs a 1GHz processor, a full GB for RAM, 16GB of Micro SD-expandable storage, a 2250mAh battery, an 8MP camera on back with 4MP up front, all faced by a 3.8” AMOLED 960×640 screen.
Palm Pre 2, Palm Pad, and Palm Watch, by Virox
The next generation in personal computing, the Pre 2, Pad, and Watch, all from Palm conspire to take you to the next level of connectivity. All move up to modern standards and then take a leap past, with the Watch in particular pushing the edge of modern consumer technologies with a flexible LED screen for notifications, reminders, and media controls.