Three areas where HP TouchPad trumps the iPad

June 29, 2011, 9:20 AM PST | Length: 308


Naturally, the biggest question about the HP TouchPad is how it stacks up against the iPad. TechRepublic's Jason Hiner explains the three areas where the TouchPad is better than the iPad.

3 comments
walter.underwood
walter.underwood

So, I know this may be a little off topic, but the windows behind him show an angle of the Louisville Kentucky skyline taken from a helicopter. There is not a building taller than the ones he is looking down on. I understand most of these type video's have been green-screened, but at least use a background that is possible! Amusing.

modemjunkie
modemjunkie

I am a webOS fan but got an iPad as a father's day present. One of the first things I found was that I couldn't edit my blog http://lgrossman.com/trudel on the iPad, as indicated in the review. But later I discovered that there was solution. The problem on the iPad was that it seemed that there was no way to scroll in the edit screen, then, thanks to Google, I discovered two-fingered scrolling. When scrolling a normal page use one finger, but when scrolling an edit field use two fingers. Not intuitive but it works. I still haven't found a way to upload photos from my iPad to WordPress. But that is another story. BTW: If you use the iPad WordPress app, be careful, there is no way to schedule the publication date. If you don't want tomorrow's post to appear tonight, don't use the app.