The HP TouchPad represented Hewlett-Packard's first foray into tablet PCs and the first-ever device equipped with webOS 3.0. Like many initial attempts, there's lots to like and lots to dislike about the TouchPad. Pluses include great touchscreen and webOS; among the minuses, slow loading and poor video playback quality. The device measures 7.5x0.54x9.4 inches (WDH) and has some variety in made-to-fit HP Touchpad cases. Its very similar in size to Apple's tablets and would consequently fit into iPad and iPad 2 cases (particularly sleeves, bags & envelope cases). Another good alternative are general 10" tablet cases.
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