|Screen Size||9.7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 768 pixels|
|RAM||1 GB SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Card Description||Adreno 220|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5.25 hours|
HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 16 GB 9.7-Inch Tablet Computer
- Brilliant 9.7-inch diagonal LED backlit multitouch display
- Seamless multitasking with HP webOS 3.0 and essential productivity apps
- Exclusive Beats Audio for studio-quality sound
- Blazing fast Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-CPU APQ8060 1.2GHz processor
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Top Customer Reviews
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MY VIDEO ATTACHED. (Overclocked at 1.5Ghz)
First of all, whether you are a geek or not,the Touchpad along with the webOS Homebrew community touts big advantages over it's competitors and this has been often overlooked by reviewers. I've attached my video that shows the performance of an enhanced Touchpad running at 1.5Ghz. However don't be mistaken, the HP Touchpad still performs fast with the original speed of 1.2Ghz. I'm just a very busy person and a little obsessed with technology plus I wanted to express what the Touchpad can become (within an hour of your time) if you really wanted to spice things up.
I WAS AN IPAD2 USER.
I've had my Touchpad since launch day July 1st and even before the upgrade I have seen significant improvements in my work productivity overall. Previously, I was an iPad2 user and now that I have the Touchpad, I believe there is absolutely NO WAY I would go back to the iPad2. The Touchpad really outshines the iPad2 when you want to be productive. It's more than just a good business asset, I find it really enjoyable for entertainment purposes; great sound, watch movies, 3D gaming and YouTube videos directly from YouTube itself.
MY NEW SKILL.
After a over a month of vigorously using the device, I feel like I've graduated to "Touchpad Power User." However, I'm still discovering new good things to improve my daily use. One example is to stack 5 applications together and bounce from one another with two button presses.Read more ›
The Breakdown based on a few days exp:
OS: A +
HP OS is probably the highest point in this tablet.
Synergy makes the whole multitasking a breezy and keeps everything in synch. The whole process to get connected with your email, facebook, and calendar is simple.
You can just do lots of things out of the box, no need to go hunting for apps.
No Icons Everywhere in the home screen.
You can browse the WHOLE internet without having black screens because of "missing a plugin".
HP App market is lacking. You could take in to account that it just launched and will have more coming. If you patient you'll start seeing new ones every week. From whats available NOW you can manage. There are games and several productivity apps worth checking out.
This is the weakest thing for me for the Hp Touchpad. Every Tablet in the market right now has : front /back camera, expandable memory slot, hdmi output, and Real USB connections.
HP TP has front camera, max 32 gb memory, and one micro usb connection. WTF... Lacking big time.
If your like me that likes options for inputs/outputs this is a low blow.Read more ›
I have to share my support now with the HP TouchPad. The webOS 3.0 is really pretty amazing. I didn't think it would make much of a difference in the use of a tablet, but it's outstanding, and here's why:
1) The integration of so many mainstream services used today. (they probably have some fancy term for this concept)
2) Flash plays well
3) Services missing on the iPad like Grooveshark and Amazon's cloud music all work.
First, the services:
On my TouchPad, I setup my
Email (yahoo, google, and microsoft exchange)
(there were others, but I don't use snapfish, and photobucket, etc... even a "find others")
I love this integration of all these mainstream services! It's really clever.
While my iPad seems very app-centric, webOS 3.0 feels more like "the matrix has you". It takes your online world and puts it into the tablet. I love that. All of those websites I often interact with get glued together seamlessly so I feel like I'm "jacked in".
A major strength of the TouchPad is the web functionality that won't work on the iPad. For example, I ran Amazon's cloud music player and Grooveshark just fine (awesome!).
On the down side, the apps are slim, but trust me, they will be coming fast and furious over the next year, like a modern-age gold rush. As someone who has ported over my C++ game engine and product ( atPeace ) to TouchPad from IOS, I can tell you that it was pretty easy, and others will certainly follow. This version 1 of the product is the closest any tablet is to competing with Apple, developers will soon be pouring over.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probably only worth buying if you plan to install android on it, which is fairly simple. Otherwise, there is only a handful of apps available for webOS and likely even fewer or non... Read morePublished 9 days ago by joshk
Let me just say that I got this on the Firesale and probably wouldn't pay full price for it. Having said that, it is a decent tablet and I really don't have any complaints--other... Read morePublished 17 days ago by joshjohn77
Originally purchased on Aug 21st, 2011. The TouchPad is still working 4 and half years later. The great thing about the TouchPad is that you can install Android on it. Read morePublished 26 days ago by B-23
The seller sold me something that was abysmall and was super hard to work with. This was basically a super expensive piece of junkPublished 28 days ago by alexw
I got it quick which is the only reason I gave it 2 stars. It doesn't even work.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer