I'm in total agreement with the previous poster. Even with the limited apps for the HP Touch Pad, I always get jaw dropping, envious looks from the Apple & Android users I show my Touch Pad to. I have a Verizon Pre that, as a sales incentive, came with unlimited Mobil Hot Spot on it. Today I rode the bus to work. Fired up the Mobile Hot Spot on the Pre, ignited the Wi-Fi app on the Touch Pad and basically increased the size of my phone work platform to the Table Screen.
I'm the only person out of around 26 bus riders who used their tablet to do actual online internet connected work while commuting. The rest were all struggling with their tiny little screens.
Stupid HP not realizing what they had and what they are going to miss out on. They're dead in the water and will limp on with past legacy while the mobile world whizzes by and leaves them to the last century.
I truly mourn that loss. WEB OS needs to be released to the open source community and then it may have a chance for some apps to be converted for it's use.
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