HP TouchPad top-selling tablet in U.S. after iPad: study


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"Crap" -- Because....?

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People only bought it because it was dirt cheap for a limited period. I would have bought one myself had I been quicker.

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Being a huge Apple fan and an iPad owner, I have to say the HP looks pretty good. My co-worker has one and it had some neat little features. I asked him what he thought about it and he said he quite enjoys it. It's a shame they are discontinuing them. It seems like a good alternative if you don't want to shell out for the pricey iPad.

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When I was in Okinawa, I was given a Apple 1pad. I liked it so much, I immediately when out and bought six shares in Apple. I feel the Apple has become too pricey and I wish they could drop the price a bit. I say for HP to stick in there as they could be the "alternate" buy.

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using it right now to read the website and type this comment, I am very happy with this tablet. Just wish developers would stop looking at it as a "dead" tablet since so many own it.

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What a crazily worded headline! Why doesn't it just read, "second best selling"? Ah, but is only an iPad copy anyway.

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Yeah, some friends got theirs for only $99 for the $499 tablet. (For that price, why not?) One already put Android in it - still buggy but works fine.

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