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    The OP started this thread when the Touchpad started at $499.

    Each of my three Touchpads only cost $84, ordered directly from
    HP.com. At that price, all 11 faults listed by the OP can be easily
    forgiven or forgotten.

    However, I did compare my Touchpad and my iPad 2 side-by-side.
    Both browsers are equally fast. The iPad 2 is faster on pages with
    a lot of Flash content. (oh, wait.... "faster" only because my iPad 2
    can't load Flasth content ) However, I'm constantly reminding
    myself that I paid $799 plus tax for my iPad 2 64GB 3G.
  2. #102  
    Quote Originally Posted by Superjudge View Post
    Pete I think we get it, you don't like the touchpad.
    Not at all. I'm more than satisfied with my $149 purchase. But I find no reason to whitewash over glaring problems with lack of app support etc. webOS won't evolve anywhere if people keep pretending there's not huge gaps in implementation and support and that apps (software) aren't a big deal, when it clearly is. Dedicated apps are better than website counterparts, from UI to touchscreen interfaces to navigate, to using less memory as it's running a smaller app thats more streamlined than the browser, and so on.
  3. #103  
    Quote Originally Posted by roundruler View Post

    Each of my three Touchpads only cost $84, ordered directly from
    HP.com. At that price, all 11 faults listed by the OP can be easily
    forgiven or forgotten.
    (
    Only if you have no interest in webOS surviving or improving. I'd like to see webOS live on. And the only way it has a chance is if it fixes a host of problems. Problems that won't get fixed if people simply say 'Oh I only paid $100, it's fine'.
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