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    On Thursday October 20th a bunch of us from work are going out to lunch and taking our touch pads with us. Just a little geeky fun. Just to someplace that has a WiFi cownection. Might be phun.
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    Wi-Fi? Mobile Hotspot of course.
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    I take mine to lunch with me everyday. Most people think it's an iPad and look confused when I correct them.
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    One of my three Touchpads always sits on the kitchen table.
    (so that's like take-your-Touchpad-to-breakfast-lunch-dinner-midnight-snack)

    It sits on a spot formerly occupied by my laptop, which now
    sits in the basement unused for over two months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Touchpaddle View Post
    One of my three Touchpads always sits on the kitchen table.
    (so that's like take-your-Touchpad-to-breakfast-lunch-dinner-midnight-snack)

    It sits on a spot formerly occupied by my laptop, which now
    sits in the basement unused for over two months.
    What's a kitchen table?

    I have a fooseball table where one of those things would go...


    Back on topic.
    I have my TP with me today, but I have to leave the office for lunch (if I ever get a break) and will be leaving the TP at my desk.
    I love physical keyboards... but there is two devices that would make me consider a slab, one is something running a full version of Open webOS. The other is an iPhone!!!! HA HA just kidding (about the iPhone that is)...
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    lol I actually did this today.
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    I take my touchpad to the bathroom with me. It replaced the one million and one magazines (some outdated) i sometimes read. I always close the lid on the toilet when I flush.

    I know you guys do it so stop judging me.
    HP Touchpad 32GB , Treo 650, Treo 600
    webOS 3.0.4
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