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It is good out of a bottle but I like the can better. :P

I prefer bottles but I do get the urge for cans every once in awhile. ;)

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Another fender rolling tool. It'll be forsale soon, once I'm done with it. PM me if you're interested. I'll sell it cheap.

I'll take it once your done B)

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I'll take it once your done B)

so you said i'll come buy one day and rent it from you?? :lol:

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whoops wrong location. :o

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^^ bought some of that. omg so good

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HP is pulling out of the PC business, so there'll be no support for their tablets.

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I think at that price it's the equivalent of a toy for a child... if it breaks you shouldn't have played with it so hard and go get a better one.

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HP is pulling out of the PC business, so there'll be no support for their tablets.

I bet he knows that, and I bet that's exactly why he bought it, and at $99. What kind of support do you want for $99? It probably lets him browse the web from his couch decently well.

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$99 to have a tablet sit on my coffee table and browse the web and e-mail. That is all I want it for.

When I want a tablet for more I will buy the Quad core Android ones coming out.

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Actually, I also wanted to impulse buy it after posting my comment, but sadly HP is out of inventory. Oh well.

My concern was not so much warranty issues, but app support and functionality. You're pretty much stuck with all the apps that came with it forever. But if one isn't looking to do much more than websurfing and email, it should be fine.

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I'm sure people will be running these on android or even linux in no time...

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I'm sure people will be running these on android or even linux in no time...

I agree... and you can overclock it to 1.5ghz or 1.7ghz from the stock 1.2ghz Dual-Core

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Actually, I also wanted to impulse buy it after posting my comment, but sadly HP is out of inventory. Oh well.

My concern was not so much warranty issues, but app support and functionality. You're pretty much stuck with all the apps that came with it forever. But if one isn't looking to do much more than websurfing and email, it should be fine.

Mother f$cker, just order 12 touchpads! damn slow internet

anyone want to buy one for cheap?

no HP app support... 3rd parties could still be pumping them out...

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cmon now we all know Dave will flip it here or on CL...

j/k

Btw where did you find it? B&N? I tried to stop into Staples and Best Buy but no luck.

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I agree... and you can overclock it to 1.5ghz or 1.7ghz from the stock 1.2ghz Dual-Core

You trying to light your crotch on fire?

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