THIS HP TOUCHPAD SUCKS AND S DOES THE SELLER I HATE IT...
Paula Goss, Amazon
26 October 2013
Summary: I brought his hp touchpad 64gb off line from a seller. and when it came to my house I unboxed it play around with it for a little while. I tired to see if the touchpad could do downloading but it wouldn't. it wouldn't even open up hp catalog so I can download apps. and when it did I tired to download apps again and it still wouldn't download apps. I was mad I contact the seller and amazon about the touchpad they couldn't even help.
Summary: Do not through your money away on this item, I ordered this touch-pad for my wife's birthday in July 2012 to replace her missing Kindle because I trusted HP and Amazon sellers. The touch pad could have been a good product but it has become obsolete, it has a good screen and is a very good size but you will not be able to get any apps for it and if you ever have any problems with it there is absolutely no support for it, about a year ago HP realized this was a failed...
Summary: i received product promptly from cyberwarehouse. turned product on and proceeded to setup. despite having a laptop connected to wifi the touchpad kept saying i had a captive portal. i went to a least 6 wifi hotspots and couldnot set touchpad up.it seems to me hp put out a user unfriendly product not easy to setup and since it is wifi only i could only send it back. ipad has nothing to worry about from this product.
Summary: I dont know what the hell is going on but this is the most complicated device I ever had to configure. This is definitely not user friendly too much work you have to put into this device just to use it.
Summary: Good: The swipe feature to close any application (thats coz its something I had never used or seen) Bad: Everything else I own 2 TouchPads, a 16GB and a 32GB one. I was lucky enough (at least thats what I thought) to have got these two when the rumors were out that HP is pulling the plug on the Web OS, and I got them for $99 and $149 respectively. My first impression of using this product was, how come HP is selling this unfinished product.
Summary: got this past xmas. everything slowly stop work it does not even come on now. First sound went out. then it would not let me click on photos or upload a photo browser. my apps were lost after the first time it shut off. it got to the point when you would try to watch a youtube video it would turn off and you would have to turn it back on. it froze on a screen the other day so i went to reboot it and it got stuck on the hp screen.
Summary: Forget about it. My purchase was a big mistake! HP bailed on this product 6 weeks after introducing it. Good luck getting support! Looks like they have also abandoned the OS as well. If I-Pad is too pricey,look at Kindle Fire, or a newer system with Android 4.0 OS.
Summary: Seriously- If you can afford this, buy something else. There are little to no apps available, and those that are available aren't worth your frustration. Video services such as Netflix are not supported, and it is a constant hassle to accomplish anything in the event you need to download an attachment. I could go on for days, but really. Don't waste your money.
Summary: I was very excited to get this product after reading all the Good and bad reviews. When I got it, it looked solid and nice warped. Mind you it was completely factory sealed. I opened, tried to turn it on.... OK nothing I then thought OK, maybe i just let it charge. After a few hours, nothing, I said maybe its the Outlet, I unplugged my TV and Used that outlet. NOTHING, now I started to become a little irritated. So, I let it charged for a while longer.