Josh Topolosky has written my fave #WebOS Touchpad review. I agree that it “sticks with u” #slide2learn #mlearn #eqelearn


HP TouchPad review

Posted by: Joshua Topolsky on June 29, 2011 7:13 pm |

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It seems to me that the general tenets of the webOS philosophy have always been based around speed, simplicity, and finding the shortest and most organic steps to getting things done, and webOS 3.0 doesn’t seem to have lost those principles. HP has certainly tightened up much of what Palm started, and navigating the TouchPad quickly became not only second nature, but an experience I found myself missing going back to the iPad or a Honeycomb device. It’s good enough that it sticks with you — like a catchy song you can’t get out of your head; but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any out of tune moments with this device.”

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