dealshp touchpad wi-fi 32gb refurbished tablet for…

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If Asus wasn't coming out with the $200 quad core and Mainly if I didn't swipe the hell out of my credit card lately, I'd totally buy one

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I got one of these from Woot a month ago and I <3 it. Not to be too cheesy, but I'm writing this comment with my Touchpad right now. I strongly recommend picking up the bluetooth keyboard, protective case, and maybe a touchstone stand from HP. I got the bundle of all 3 for about $130 on eBay.

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i have two of the 32Gs, new, never opened.

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I hope these keep cropping up every few weeks. So I can finally pick one up. And maybe not have to resort to CL

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I'm not sure about this specific price point compared to newer low-cost Android pads, but I just wanted to confirm that the device works pretty well for me running ICS and that Cyanogenmod development for it seems to be continuing strongly. I'm sure that's part of a lot of people's purchasing decision.

I picked up a his-and-hers pair for me and my girlfriend back in the $150 fire sale.

They're a tad bit heavy but with plenty of functionality and decent battery life. My girlfriend uses WebOS and it's fine for basic browsing and Angry Birds, but has very few apps on it. It's been Android all the way for me- a recent Cyanogenmod nightly is currently on mine and runs very fast with very few issues. Getting Android up and running was a smooth, simple process, though naturally your mileage may vary. My biggest complaint is the lack of physical back and menu buttons but that's becoming a common design for pads.

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The official HP keyboard is decent except for one big nuisance for nerdier types--there's no ESC key. There's a shift-alt-cokebottle workaround but it does make vi kind of a pain.