Woot discounts the HP TouchPad to $379.99

Woot discounts the HP TouchPad to $379.99
It seems that now is the best time to buy the HP TouchPad – HP has rolled out the much anticipated big update fixing most of the issues with the tablet and it's dropping the price on the 9.7-incher. Now, web discounter Woot.com has joined in and slashed the price of the 16GB TouchPad even further to $379.99. The website puts out a single product on sale for one day, so you'd better hurry. The tablet isn't even refurbished – it's brand new, so there's no catch if you don't count the additional $5 for shipping.

The HP TouchPad will ship with 1 year warranty from the manufacturer and all the standard contents in the package – a wall charger, a microUSB cable and a cleaning cloth. Woot's offer beats HP's own $100 off promotion which brings the price of the 16 gig TouchPad to $399.99, while the 32 gig version sells for $499.99 from August 5th to 7th. What do you get for your money? We'd only hint at webOS 3.0 with its brilliant card-based multi-tasking and unobtrusive notifications, but you can get all of the details if you want – just check out our in-depth review of the HP TouchPad.

source: Woot.com

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TouchPad
  • Display 9.7" 1024 x 768 pixels
  • Camera / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S3, Dual-core, 1200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 6300 mAh

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1 Comment

1. ArmageddonX

Posts: 96; Member since: May 11, 2011

It's really difficult to watch HP/Palm drown with webOS, but I can't say we didn't warn them and they don't deserve it. Because we did, and they do. This is what happens when you lie to & disenfranchise your biggest support base.

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