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cod37
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re: Qualcomm grabs four sockets in HP TouchPad
cod37   7/7/2011 9:11:38 PM
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Hardware is nice but without software it's doa. Like a serious web browser.

Stu4
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Stu4   7/7/2011 8:00:43 PM
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What does it cost to manufacture (not including the BOM)?

rick merritt
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rick merritt   7/7/2011 6:31:05 PM
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Atheros Qualcomm sold the WiFi chip

US Made
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US Made   7/7/2011 5:22:42 PM
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who provided the WLAN?

old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   7/7/2011 3:24:50 PM
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WiFi-only is a huge disappointment. I would also have liked to have heard more about what apps are available for WebOS. Nobody is going to buy a tablet based solely on its hardware features.

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eewiz   7/7/2011 7:53:32 AM
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The initial reviews say Touchpad is a mediocre tablet. Cant expect it to sell in millions like iPad2. So 4 sockets may not mean much in $$.

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GREATTerry   7/7/2011 7:45:13 AM
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The hardware doesn't look sexy. Nearly everything is just more or less the same as competition. The thickness may be a little scary so I wonder if young people may not like it much as it is not cool! WebOS however is the key point for people who has plan buying it. Any report shows the performance of this new OS? How about the apps?

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