Regional retailers are also beginning to sell the HP TouchPad
Interestingly enough, HP is continuing to bring its TouchPad to other smaller regional retailers around the country in the hopes of spurring some interest with the tablet – and not to mention much needed sales as well! Regional retailers like P.C. Richard & Son in New York and Micro Center from Cincinnati are beginning to sell the HP TouchPad, which goes to show the kind of scale that HP is willing to put themselves in to match their competitors.
source: P.C. Richard & Son, Micro Center via PreCentral
1. WSY (unregistered)
I am wondering how realistically it is to expect consumers to pay more in the shop to buy the Touchpad. The selling price of Touchpad is higher than the iPad2 16GByte. Being unknown and unproven, I would certainly go for iPad2 than for the Touchpad. Or, is there anything so unique to the Touchpad that I don't know of?
2. michael95gt (Posts: 42; Member since: 19 Jul 2009)
My local Wal-Mart has had them in stock for a couple weeks.