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HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16GB Tablet Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core APQ8060(1.2GHz) 9.7" XGA 1GB Memory 16GB Storage Qualcomm Adreno core 220

HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16GB Tablet Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core APQ8060(1.2GHz) 9.7" XGA 1GB Memory 16GB Storage  Qualcomm Adreno core 220
alaAverage 4.9

7 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design and usability. The screen and value for money also get good feedback, but there are some mixed views about the portability.

apps, value for money, screen, usability, design

On average, users rate this product 97/100.

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HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16GB Refurbished Tablet - Black Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core APQ8060(1.2GHz) 9.7" XGA 1GB Memory 16GB Storage Adreno 220

 

I'm waiting for stable Android CM9....

I'm really happy with my HT TouchPad and Dualboot webOS/Android CM7 ; Got it from HP (not refurbshed), paid around $120

Newegg, the price is a bad joke ; These Pad were sold officially around $100 by HP at the end of 2011 and now you are asking $224.99 ; No eggs for newegg

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cheap

 

hp market problem not product problem

cheap, web OS

discontinued

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Great Device -- Too Bad HP is Dropping It

 

Despite the fact that HP is discontinuing the device, I cannot take any eggs off. The tablet is worthy of 5 eggs. Apple has so dominated the market that this thing probably never had a chance without massive back up from HP. They have just shown they...

This is one great Tablet. The screen is sharp and vivid, and the touch sensor is light and responsive. I like the "Just Type" feature, and transferring files from PC to Tablet is a breeze. You can also get 50GB of storage from Box for free. Side by...

Huge con to HP for deciding to drop it after only 6 weeks on the market. They never gave it a chance to take off, even though there was almost universal praise for the device. I'm hoping that someone will pick up support for WebOS devices so it will...

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First Tablet, Great Experience So Far

 

Reviews have said spotty performance, I've never seen this. I've also never had issues with Skype, as long as I can keep my hands steady or place it on the stand it's clear and crisp.

Built-in applications are great, along with preware and other many free applications, add-ons and tweaks ; Slick interface, switching between open applications and organizing them is great ; Customizable ; Love the email client ; Exhibition mode is...

It seemed heavy when I first got it, but I don't notice it now

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Great Tablet

 

this tab is great runs fast and smooth. Kindle app works like a charm. Using the web is great and easy I love how web Os works

only has one micro usb port

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In love

 

Really enjoy the device, I have kept up with my email much better since having it, makes an excellent quick response machine! I would really recommend checking this out before settling on the competition!

1. Really love the OS, webOS, which lets me view all the different things I am working on and Stacks webpages that I launch with the app that launched them (click a link in an email, stays together with your email, unless you want to move it). Just...

Not quite as fast as the iP*d 2, but you can overclock if you want. Still needs some apps, and the big missing thing is document editing, although that is arriving very soon. You can already edit Google docs online. It pulls docs in very well, all your...

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An Amazing iPad Alternative!

 

For those looking for a solid alternative to the Apple masses, this is the tablet for you! It's ability to multitask is leaps and bounds better that that of any other tablet and Just Type is phenomenal. Also the audio quality is the best I have ever...

The tablet optimized apps available are few but still better Android or Blackberry's tablet offerings

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