The HP TouchPad Tablet Now Available For $99 & Selling Out Quickly

Finally! Hewlett-Packard, a.k.a. HP, has begun the liquidation sale of the recently released and discontinued HP TouchPad Tablet, and it is selling out fast! The HP website as well as some other retailers have begun lowering the prices of the 16GB and 32GB models of the HP TouchPad Tablet to $99 ad $149, respectively.

In a previous article written by Sure Start regarding the sale, HP TouchPad Drastic $99 Fire Sale: Are They All Sold Out Already?, it is stated that the discounted HP TouchPad can be purchased on the HP website as well as the following retailer’s websites: Best Buy, Staples, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Office Depot, Costco, OfficeMax, Amazon, RadioShack, Micro Center, Fry’s Electronics, Nebraska Furniture Mart, New Egg, PC Richard & Son, J&R, hhgregg, BrandsMart USA and B&H.

Here is the not so great news, the HP TouchPads are selling out faster than fresh hot cakes on a summer morning! The good news is that not all of the retailers participating in this liquidation sale have lowered their prices yet. The prices on most of the retailer’s websites still range between around $390 and $599. The only website that currently seems to have lowered their prices and sold out of the discounted HP TouchPad is Best Buy. Best Buy may still have the device in stock in-store.

It seems as if once the HP website’s stock of the HP TouchPad Tablet starts running low, the other retailers will start selling their devices at sale price.

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