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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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USA Today has created its own TouchPad app. It works similarly to the USA Today app on the iPad and on Android, but its information panes are scrollable. HP said that Sports Illustrated, Time, Fortune and People will all be in the App Catalog when the TouchPad launches on July 1.

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