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Hi...Will having 16gb be enough to duel boot Android & WebOS, and also have enough room for apps & some music?....or is 32gb the best way to go for this duel boot purpose, since there is no SD card slot?

I'm sure it will run with only 16gb, but I just wanna make sure that theres still have enough space left over for other random stuff if necessary.

What do you think?

Thanks!
 

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At this point I think its just get what you can. No time to be picky.
I know android only needs 200mb to operate in. Best thing to do is get signed up for Google music and put it all up on the cloud. No need to store everything locally anymore. Plus the touchpad comes with 50GB of space on Box.
 

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Bug Splat said:
At this point I think its just get what you can. No time to be picky.
I know android only needs 200mb to operate in. Best thing to do is get signed up for Google music and put it all up on the cloud. No need to store everything locally anymore. Plus the touchpad comes with 50GB of space on Box.
This. Start getting used to the world of cloud streaming... on board storage space will become more and more obsolete as WIFI and 3g/4g becomes more readily available...
 

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Bug Splat said:
At this point I think its just get what you can. No time to be picky.
I know android only needs 200mb to operate in. Best thing to do is get signed up for Google music and put it all up on the cloud. No need to store everything locally anymore. Plus the touchpad comes with 50GB of space on Box.
True...you definitely have a point, that theres no need to be picky on an item that can be sold out indefinitely at any moment.....I guess I meant it more as, if the option was there would the 16gb still be the perfect amount for the average user - that may intend to Duel Boot Android at some point and not feel limited in space.
 

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Bimmer84 said:
This. Start getting used to the world of cloud streaming... on board storage space will become more and more obsolete as WIFI and 3g/4g becomes more readily available...
I also agree about Cloud Storage/Streaming...I guess tho, im still a'lil hesitant relying on always having a wifi connection to access files in a "cloud"....but, i guess it can have its purpose for non-important items or as a backup.
 
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