The TouchPad is now gone, yet Hewlett-Packard is giving it a hell of a wake. HP has ripped the price of its $399 tablet computer to $99 after killing the product on Thursday, sparking a buying frenzy.
At last, an Apple competitor has established a price low enough to begin an online shopping stampede. It is bulkier than an iPad, the battery life is relatively poor, and it’s got just one camera – instead of two, but $99 bucks seems pretty good for everything with a 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon processor and an operating system with the . . . → Read More: Reasons Why You Should Not Buy a $99 TouchPad