With all the attention on HP TouchPads over the last few days, we’ve been taking a look at HP TouchPad reviews.
The current, most informative, and thorough, HP TouchPad review we found was been written last month by editor Tim Stevens. His review featuring videos, photographs, measurements, weight, battery life, and more, is everything anyone could ever want to know about the HP TouchPad tablet.
The following quotes taken from Steven’s review basically sums up how many people are generally feeling in regards to the HP TouchPad tablet:
“Oh, happy day, when one first receives a device that’s been eagerly anticipated for months. Sad, sad day when that device fails to live up to one’s expectations. We all wanted the TouchPad to really compete, to give us a compelling third party to join the iOS and Android boxes on the ballot. But, alas, this isn’t quite it.
The shortage of apps is a problem, no doubt, but that will change with time. What won’t change is the hardware, and there we’re left a little disappointed. Holding this in one hand and either an iPad 2 or a Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the other leaves you wondering why you’d ever be compelled to buy the HP when you could have the thinner, lighter alternative for the same money. Meanwhile, the performance left us occasionally wanting and, well, what is there to say.”
It would be a shame not to acknowledge all of the hard work Stevens put into his HP TouchPad review. Stevens’ extremely thorough and helpful review is at: http://www.engadget.com/2011/06/29/hp-touchpad-review/?asid=6a0767c4 To read another helpful review written by Sure Start, check out this article: You Got An HP TouchPad! …Now What? An After-Firesale Review