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Taylored said:
I would not pay more than a $50 premium on the Touchpad. The inflated re-seller prices will die down eventually. And IMO, the Touchpad is not worth more than $200. It is a fun toy, but it is pretty buggy and not well built. My tablet has frozen up on me several times. The casing is not very solid. It creeks and pops a fair amount.
Sounds like you may have a faulty device. I haven't had any issues at all. Other than the total lack of applications, i really like my TP.

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Could be, but that is also a reason to be wary of spending too much on the Touchpad. I doubt I will have much luck getting any service on a faulty device.

I bought two Touchpads. I gave one to my brother. His runs about the same as mine. I have not asked him about the creaking and popping that I have, but his power cable died after 4 days of use.
I have never been impressed with HP computers. This is about what I expected. But at $99 I am not complaining. i am just saying I would be complaining if I had paid an amount that would have put HP in the black on all of this.
Yeah I can't complain at all for the $160 I spent and i definitely wouldn't have even considered the TP at full price. Mine was a little laggy out the box but after putting a oc'ed kernel on it and removing the ripple it runs really smooth.

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