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HP TouchPad Returning to Best Buy on November 1st, With A Catch

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Best Buy has announced that it will begin selling the HP TouchPad once again starting November 1st only this time there is a catch involved. The retailer will be offering up the webOS powered tablet for a cool $150 but in order to get a TouchPad, you’ll need to pick up an HP desktop or laptop. Yeah, unfortunately, it’s not a straight up fire sale this time around.

The deal will be available through both Best Buy’s online store and at its physical locations throughout the United States.

So yes, this is the second resurrection of the HP TouchPad and it comes amidst rumors that HP is thinking about killing off the webOS software that powers it. Keep that in mind before you decide to jump on this bundle.

HP TouchPad

However, if you just want a bigger screen for internet and email, this is a deal to take a look at, especially if you’re in the market for a new PC as well.

This is the second resurrection of the HP TouchPad, will there be another before the holidays are over?

Only time will tell.

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    10/29/2011 at 10:04 am

    The company basically said “screw you” to all the people they promised would be first in line when more were produced, and sold them to Best Buy, instead.

    The company should just give up dealing with the public all together, they suck at it. I won’t buy HP again.

    This proves that Meg Whitman is just as incompetent as Apotheker was.

  2. Crom1016

    10/29/2011 at 5:57 pm

    Following that firecrotch Brynn for the latest and what do I get? Savings on ink for there  $hitty printers, whats for dinner and a bunch of dumb hashtags. Here’s one for them #HPSUXBALLS

  3. ganz

    10/29/2011 at 6:38 pm

    This news sucks. Everyone should boycott this offer from best buy otherwise we will end up having electronic junk at home.

  4. Devnickle

    10/30/2011 at 10:47 am

    F-that. HP computers are crap. I roll my own for less $ and get waay more. The Touchpad is a technology footnote anyway. I only wanted one to hack Android onto it. Basically as a throw-away toy.  

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