HP has oodles of these EOL TouchPad gizmos darkening their warehouses and retail channels.
BestBuy's demand made earlier this week that HP take back its stock of unsold WebOS tablets, is certainly one of the events that precipitated HP's hasty termination of them (and the whole WebOS line).
Presumably HP will try to sell off as many as they can, at whatever price they can get.
As a buyer, at what price are the many limitations and risks of owning this device (and its prescribed future) overcome by a cheap price ??
At what point does HP decide that its support and warranty liability costs for each device exceeds their liquidation value -- at what price point does HP instead choose to recycle or landfill them ??