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    As you can tell by my bio, long time Palm fan but lost faith and went 100% Apple to include iPod touch, iPhone, iPad etc.

    I have used the Webos HP Touchpad for the past 3 hours and I am impressed. I honestly think if HP didn't pull the plug and put some real money into R and D, marketing and developer advocacy that HP could have given Apple a strong run for their money.

    For $99 the Touchpad is the steal of the century. Now I can see why the hunt for the elusive TP is on.

    Enjoy and thank you old timers for keeping Treo / Palm / Webos alive.
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    welcome back, or should i say welcome to webOS.

    It has had it's tough times, no doubt. And there is still a lot of potential. I am glad we are seeing some new users to the community (ok you're not necessarily 'new' just returned) joining webOS and helping out.

    It's a long road ahead, but i'm sure we'll get there.

    For a product that was developed and the entire software re-done within 12 months, I still say kudos to HP for delivering what they have. Does it have a few flaws? absolutely, but what product does not?
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    I'm a first time webOS user since I got my fire sale TP and I'm definitely impressed! I actually bought two with the intention of putting Android on one of them. Shy not have the best of both worlds at this price?
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    if there was an option to dual boot both I probably would do it just out of curiosity but with webos overclocked at 1.7 and a few awesome patches the touchpad runs awesome as it is ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjb86 View Post
    welcome back, or should i say welcome to webOS.

    It has had it's tough times, no doubt. And there is still a lot of potential. I am glad we are seeing some new users to the community (ok you're not necessarily 'new' just returned) joining webOS and helping out.

    It's a long road ahead, but i'm sure we'll get there.

    For a product that was developed and the entire software re-done within 12 months, I still say kudos to HP for delivering what they have. Does it have a few flaws? absolutely, but what product does not?
    Kjb,

    I believe HP got it more correct then wrong. IOS could learn a thing or two from WebOS and I am an Apple Advocate.
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