It’s been a long time since HP debuted its webOS tablet, the HP TouchPad, at its event in San Francisco but we are slowly but surely getting closer to its July 1st launch date where it will hit shelves across the U.S. nationwide.And if you just can’t wait until July 1st to nab this thing, well, we wanted to let you know that the device is now up for pre-order from various retailers.
As expected, the TouchPad is now available at various retailers a list that includes all of the usual suspects including Amazon, Costco, NewEgg, Best Buy, and a whole lot more. Seriously, we’ve counted over 10 places where you can find this thing this very minute.
So, if you’ve been wanting this for awhile or were recently dazzled by its official video, then you’re more than welcome to fork over your cold hard cash prior to launch day. It’s going to cost you though.
A 16GB flavored HP TouchPad is going to run you $500 and a 32GB version will cost $600. As for features, it packs a 9.7 inch display, a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, 1.3MP front facing camera, stereo speakers, webOS 3.0, and a whole lot more.
Anyone taking the pre-order plunge?
HP TouchPad Hands-On Video
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