HP TouchPad

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Reviewed by DillonLarson (Currently owns)

Getting my TouchPad for $150 is one of the best deals I've ever secured. I--like many, I think--am still confused about how exactly HP managed to mess up webOS. The TouchPad is not extraordinary in any way, but its low price made it a complete steal. Although my TouchPad often stutters and acts slow, I really do love webOS. Although the App Catalog is severely underdeveloped, I love the idea and most of the execution of webOS. It really feels like a modern, connected operating system. Was the TouchPad worth $500? No. Not at all. Was it worth $150? I certainly think so.

Good Stuff
- Respectable design
- webOS is an elegant and modern OS
- Beats audio is pretty good
- High quality apps (though there are few)
- Battery life is fine
- Good value (if you bought at $99-150)

Bad Stuff
- Hardware feels a bit cheap
- Useless camera
- App Catalog is seriously limited
- webOS's future success/failure is unknown

The Breakdown

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  • Design 8
  • Display 9
  • Camera(s) 5
  • Speakers 8
  • Performance 6
  • Software 9
  • Battery life 8
  • Ecosystem 6
  • Dock 9
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