View Poll Results: Which would you buy for $99.00?

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  • HP TouchPad (if you can find one)

    59 28.64%
  • Apple iPad2

    96 46.60%
  • Asus Transformer

    12 5.83%
  • Acer Iconia

    2 0.97%
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

    28 13.59%
  • Toshiba Thrive

    2 0.97%
  • Blackberry PlayBook

    7 3.40%
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  1. Kujila's Avatar
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    Galaxy Tab, from the choices. Otherwise, like, maybe a Xoom or TouchPad
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    Id have to go with the toshiba. All those external ports drive me wild
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    Retired my pre for an Epic 4G Touch, Miss it dearly howerver.

  3. #23  
    The iPad2 is a no brainer as first choice, Touchpad as second, Playbook as third and Samsung as 4th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMist View Post
    Any of them are worth $99.
    +1. If I had to choose just one, I'd go with Asus EEE Pad Transformer from the above or the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. I have an iPad 2 and it's got pretty good hardware and an amazing battery life. However, I find the UI overly simplistic.

    I'm still optimistic about a Windows 8 tablet.
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    Most people would go with the iPad 2. The TouchPad is special because it's the ONLY tablet in this amazing price range.
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    The Galaxy tab, Asus Transformer, or the iPad 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by satchmo82 View Post
    I have/will never buy anything Apple.
    In addition to an electronics geek, I'm also a car guy. It seems like gadgets these days are like auto maker loyalty. Ford vs. Chevy for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshwithachance View Post
    Most people would go with the iPad 2. The TouchPad is special because it's the ONLY tablet in this amazing price range.
    That's OK. If that is the only way to get traction in a crowded market so be it.

    Most of the Android tablets aren't lighting up the world in sales. I'm just hoping HP is smart enough to capitalize on the frenzy before someone else tries the same thing (I have my doubts about HP's smarts ).

    In fact, this is one of the few advantages that HP has over the hardware only, no OS producers of Android tablets. By owning the whole webOS experience, if there is a way to use the fire-sale as a loss leader and gain market share or make it on accessories, they are the only ones who can do this (outside of Apple, who doesn't need to go there)
    "Sometimes I feel like an OS-less child..."
    (with apologies to Billie Holiday )
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