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Accessories for the HP TouchPad are found priced & "coming soon" at HP's online store

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For those planning to nab the upcoming HP TouchPad when it’s finally officially released next month, you can continue to drool over the webOS powered tablet even more because we’re seeing a good dose of accessories  hitting HP’s online web store.

If HP’s pride and joy isn’t enough to satisfy your itching fingers, then you’ll more than likely find some relief picking up a number of accessories made specifically for the tablet. Although they’re all branded with the “coming soon” tag, we’re fairly confident that these accompanying accessories will no doubt make their presence known in time for the tablet’s release.

Accessories for the HP TouchPad are found priced & "coming soon" at HP's online store
First up, the same old looking USB wall charger is priced at $29.99, but in reality, it’s the same exact charger that we find packaged along with past webOS smartphones – albeit, there’s no branding with it this time around. Secondly, the HP TouchPad Case retails for $49.99, and is essentially a slip-on case that allows you to prop up the tablet for the most enjoyable video watching experience. Thirdly, the slim looking Bluetooth keyboard retails at $69.99 and uses two AA batteries that are estimated to offer 12 months of life. Finally, early adopters might take notice with this one since it offers that cool looking way of charging up the TouchPad. The HP Touchstone Charging Dock works similarly with the previous Touchstone, but the adjustable stand allows you to perfectly view the tablet horizontally or vertically, while charging the tablet normally – all for the price of $79.99.

So if you’re planning to pick up the TouchPad on launch day, are any of these accessories worthy enough to warrant an accompanying purchase?

source: HP via PreCentral


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posted on 13 Jun 2011, 14:12

1. fairly_mismatched (unregistered)


Very interested, but the same problem persists for me with the TouchPad as did with the Palm Pre... App quality and quantity?

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