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    Does the TP work with the online version of google docs? I use it at work and home now and love it for doc creating /editing. Also what are the chances of Microsoft putting Office 365 on the TP?
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    There is a review of the Touchpad on USAToday.com. It says something about google docs. You might want to check it out. Maybe their test unit has the final software. Who knows?
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    Macworld review says it works on the browser.
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    yes google docs works for editing
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    this is what it says about google docs on the HP website:

    Here:

    TouchPad | Tablet | HP

    "Get more done from the get-go.

    TouchPad tablet includes essential productivity apps right out of the box. Collaborate with colleagues using Google™ Docs or Box.net. Print wirelessly to compatible networked HP printers.8 And browse the full web at blazing speed with support for the latest web technologies, including a beta of Adobe Flash Player 10.3.6,7"
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    Quote Originally Posted by lancepr View Post
    Does the TP work with the online version of google docs? I use it at work and home now and love it for doc creating /editing. Also what are the chances of Microsoft putting Office 365 on the TP?
    I believe TP will work via web access with Office 365. Was at a Microsoft-sponsored seminar yesterday where one of the presenters said it uses HTML5.

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