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Woot Offers Refurb HP TouchPad for $219.99

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If you are the sort of geek that doesn’t care for Android or iOS, but wants a tablet, there aren’t too many options for you today. One of the options, that didn’t do well on the market, is the HP TouchPad – packing webOS. If you wanted one of those and missed the steals that went around previously when the tablets were on clearance, check this out.

That shopping site for closeouts and other deals, Woot, it at it again and today they have the 32GB HP TouchPad on sale for $219.99 (USD). The tablet is refurbished, but it comes with a 90-day warranty from HP. If you aren’t familiar with the TouchPad, the tablet has a 9.7-inch screen. It has 32GB of storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 1.3MP camera.

The Touchpad can be hacked to run Android, which is what many people have been doing with them. HP-issued updates for webOS are unlikely since the tablet is discontinued – although with webOS recently open-sourced, it might still have some sort of life going forward. If you want one, you should the tablet right now before the deal expires.



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