HP TouchPad, the world’s first webOS tablet that was announced earlier this month has now been given a more definite release date. When the tablet was introduced at the webOS event, HP mentioned that we’ll be seeing the tablet this summer. But according to the latest rumors over at DigiTimes, the HP TouchPad should hit the stores this April and delivery to retailers will start by the end of March. If that is the case, it’s only going to be a couple of months before we get to see the device. Definitely something that falls in line with HP’s new mantra of delivering products shortly after an announcement. If the tablet is priced attractively, it could probably do very well against the Xoom coming out later this week – after all not many people can see themselves paying $800 for the Honeycomb tablet, maybe something cheaper might change their mind. What do you think would be the best price to sell the TouchPad at?
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