I assume you're talking overclocking here. I've run at 1.2, 1.5, and 1.7 with very little difference in battery life. I'm back on 1.2 for no particular reason. If you do overclock, you can check the battery draw through Govnah to see how different speeds draw on the battery.
Originally Posted by SX4DUDE2013
I was streaming music while working in the field one day, lasted the entire day (8+ hours). Depending on use I'd say you should get between 6-10 hours (obviously 10 hours with light use and 6 for heavy use, such as streaming videos).
2) About how long can you go with a single charge? I will be using mine for, notes in class, and youtube mostly. It will go with me everywhere.
Can't help you here, as I have neither the BT keyboard nor tried to use a BT mouse. I can pair my BT GPS unit, for what that's worth.
3) I orderd the BT keyboard as well, is there any KNOW BT mouse thats works? Will the mouse when paired show a cursor on the screen?
Search the TouchPad forums, apparently it takes some work to use the TouchPad with an ad hoc wifi network. If Easy Tether does infrastructure networking then you should be fine.
4) Also, can I thether my Droid Bionic with the TP using an android app like "PDA.Net" or "Easy Thether"?
Update, here's a thread with instructions to get ad hoc wifi working:
I believe most people are happy with them, a lot even before modding/patching. I've said it before - when you come to a forum you're going to run into a disproportionately high number of people that have had problems. This is actually good, because there's a good chance that if you have a problem or need an answer that it will already be addressed. This is bad because it could lead to the perception that the device is a piece of junk.
Im really excited and this is my first tablet. I didnt want an ipad (espically for the price) and this just seemed like a great deal. (not as good as $99 or course). Are most ppl happy with theirs arter modding/patching the software?
Thanks fo your time! MY TP should be here on Monday
A word of advice - keep your eyes open for promo codes for apps. HP has been giving out a handful of these every week or so. They usually go pretty quickly. A bunch hit yesterday, and I downloaded all four apps available. Called my mom, and she only got two of the four. HP posts them on their offical webOS blog sometimes (twice before, but yesterday's were not there), and through email (although I'm pretty sure I didn't get the email). I saw yesterday's thanks to a post here at PreCentral. It seems like Friday is the day they'll be doing it.