Summary: I know, I know, the Touchpad is dead, WebOs is obsolete. Still, I love my Touchpad more than my Ipad. To me, being able to swipe away windows is so much more intuitive than pushing the home button on the ipad. Plus, the white "panda pad" has a 1.5ghz ARM processsor, and with 64gb storage(perfect if windows 8 RT is ever ported since RT requires 16gb). I surf the web, track my microsoft exchange e-mail, read books, watches movies and listen to music.
Once you get android on it, for $150 it is the best out there.
29 October 2011
Excerpt: When you take into consideration how HP sold them for $100 and $150, that android has been ported to it, and that WEBOS will be opensourced soon, this is arguably the best tablet for $150 or $100 out there. The screen resolution is adequate, and while the screen may not output as much light as the top tablets out there, it is more than sufficient for use during a sunny day. Speed wise, this tablet has a dual core snapdragon with a full Gig of ram, so it is very fast.
Excerpt: I love this tablet! It's a perfect size and I'm very happy with all the amazing things that it can do! We have played movies on this tablet for hours in the car and still have tons of battery life life left. This tablet is very quick at opening everything. It seems like it could be just a bit lighter, but it isn't heavy by any means. TONS of apps available! I had no idea until my husband showed me all the different things the tablet can do.
Excerpt: This tablet does not cost a fortune and does what any other tablet or device can do email, apps, pictures\videos, internet WiFi etc. The battery life is good if you keep the brightness at a reasonable light it lasts for hours. Its lightweight and efficient. However, it only gave me one or two problems but nothing I couldn't call customer service for to get fixed right away.
Excerpt: I've own the 16gb version of the HP touchpad for more than a year now. In my own opinion, HP touchpad beats many other android based tablets in terms of design and interface. HP touchpad uses the Webos as its operating system. The interface is really good. It's sleek, clean, and easy to navigate. It gives you the ability to stack apps as cards and line them up (in any order you want). Touch the one you like and it will maximize on the screen.
Great tablet if you are able to get it for less than $200
29 October 2011
Excerpt: This is a very good tablet if you're able to get it at a decent price and have Android installed on it! Battery life is not super, but it doesn't drain all that quickly either. I had a low end tablet before, so this one for ne is great. Can't say how it would compare to an iPad oe Xoom or such. This is not the lightest tablet out there...4 lbs I think...but I have no complaints about the weight.
Excerpt: If you can still find this anywhere you need to buy it. It is downright the best value for it's cost. I can use it for 7 hours straight. Definitely not as good as an iPad but very close. This is the only downside.
Excerpt: This tablet have everything I hoped for and more..Fast and easy to use. Didn't want to spend the $ on an Ipad so I bought this on sale at Staples. I AM SO HAPPY WITH MY PURCHASE. No regrets it's not an Ipad The battery life is AMAZING !!