Teardown of HP TouchPad: Made like a PC and straightforward to repair
Takeaway: The HP TouchPad has a case that’s easy to open and replaceable components. This tablet is built more like a PC than an iPad.
The HP TouchPad is the company’s latest effort to grab a piece of the growing tablet market. And although it’s roughly the same size as the current leader (the Apple iPad), it has significantly different hardware. Depending on whom you ask, the HP TouchPad is either dead on arrival or a more productive alternative to the iPad.
Full teardown gallery: Cracking Open the HP TouchPad
We got our hands on the HP TouchPad early. And as soon as Jason Hiner was finished with his review, I couldn’t resist cracking it open. In this special TR Dojo episode, I give you a run of tablet’s technical specifications, show you the hardware inside, and explain why it’s built more like a PC than an iPad.
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Interesting... I think I will definitely till they go way down in price... and get a much bigger screen! I need at least a 17 inch Screen to be able to read it!:O
- Teardown of HP TouchPad: Made like a PC and straightforward to repair
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