HP TouchPad webOS tablet

HP TouchPad review: The HP TouchPad has plenty of potential, but suffers from a bulky, uninspiring design, a lack of third-party apps and questionable performance

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    3.00 / 5
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    3.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
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Ross Catanzariti

3.0

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Correct Jonathan, a software update is on the way and will be ready before the TouchPad launches here on 15 August.

Jonathan

2.5

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my gaming PC
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iphones
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Can we assume the software upgrades are in the works for this product?

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