Hewlett-Packard has stopped working on their Windows 7 enabled tablet computer, according to an inside source. While Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled it himself at CES for release later this year, HP was apparently not satisfied with the operating system.

It could be that Windows 7 was found to be too power hungry or that the company will look to go after open Android and Chrome operating systems from Google. The most likely circumstance, however, is that the company wants to make a go of it with the Palm WebOS that they recently purchased.

Source: Tech Crunch