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HP TouchPad Tablet: Visual Tour

The newest competitor in the tablet wars has finally arrived. HP's TouchPad running WebOS is a very compelling hardware and software combination that proves easy to use. It's not completely polished, however. Here's a look at the star features.
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Synergy, a WebOS feature, brings together your contacts from a variety of services, like your contacts in Exchange, from Facebook, or a variety of online services. HP has extended this to other apps, like Photos, where you can pull in your photos across many accounts.

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