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Out with a bang for the HP TouchPad 24 August 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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Who would have thought that one day fly off the TouchPad, the HP tablet which promised yet failed as a product developed on an OS without applications

Yet since the announcement of a dramatic fall in prices (99 euros for the 16 GB instead of 479 euros and 120 euros for 32 GB instead of 580 euros) coupled with the portability of a few Android developers, while the world wants. Stores that offered with the new prices were robbed within hours.

Today we confirmed Fnac “it seeks solutions to meet all the orders taken. We had more applications than stock. “The company is therefore trying to get them to its partners and HP itself. But there will be no other.

Limited quantities on the market
While no one wants to communicate numbers, quantities delivered TouchPad were probably not huge. Thus, a store like Fnac Ternes, one of the big brand retailers, would have been given a stock of 40 TouchPad. A drop of water compared to the amount of iPad flowing each month.

So even now some

[via tabletmax]

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