WebOS was stillborn. All that matters is you like it.WebOS till I die!
...or it does...poor WebOS...
I second this. I know all kinds of people that love them, but I just can't see the practicality. It reminds me of:fff Ipad... just use your smartphone droid/iphone is more than enough for information... ipad is glorified gimp tablet/laptop.
If you want to work, use your laptop, it's far more productive and cost effective.
Looks like they're already sold out everywhereWOW~
HP dropped the price to $99!
I'm buying another one! I don't care if its being discontinued...$99 for a dual-core wifi tablet with native Flash support and with Beats Audio...that's a freaking steal!
If nothing else, it will probably have a port for Android in the future...crazy cheap!
Even better, called HP this morning and they price matched! I'm getting like $270 credited to me!
Here you go! $149 for the 32GB. Get it fast...! They put it up this morning and their server is getting slammed.Looks like they're already sold out everywhere
It does kind of make you wonder though... what if this is all some kind of stunt to increase market share? Get your product out there cheaply, expose people to your (by many accounts pretty decent) OS, and gain lots of free advertising in the process. Sounds like a good way to jumpstart a struggling product line to me.
It's gone dude. Ordered a 16 Gig early this morning, hope that comes through. For $100 it would be crazy not to pick one up and mod the hell out of it.
apparently, some group has started to port gingerbread os to it. And its already overclocked to a stable 1.7 GHz dual...Well **** me. I hope I still have time to return the Asus and get the HP.
This is my guess, take it on rounds to look stuff up or scratch a few notes. Right now I dont know of any cpoe that runs on iPad, but it probably will happen, so putting in orders on the go without the cow might be possible.What is the purpose of using iPad while working in a hospital?? Doing searches in a drug reference software or playing games, surfing the internet,..etc?
Mikey, calm down. It does multi task, just jot as well as Web-OS or as elegantly. All those apps are running, you just need to re-open them. I broke down and got the Motorola Atrix. It's not Web-OS, but it's pretty cool. And by the way, the battery life kills the Palm.So I broke down and got an Android phone. It's called (and I'm not making this up) the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. I guess brevity is out of style. Names are arbitrary enough...who cares...but this is ridiculous. The Samsung Tire or Samsung Duvet would have been a better name. Of course, these are the people who call their operating systems stupid names like "Gingerbread" and "Ice Cream Sandwich," so what should I expect?
It's nice looking...fast...beautiful screen. Lots of Apps. Which will probably become useless in time as phones get better at actually using the internet and being standalone machines that don't need specialized "Apps" to be crutches for them.
But I just want to know how in God's name people use this piece of **** operating system? It's horrific. I actually have to download and open a program in order to close another program? Multitasking may as well involve an act of congress to accomplish.
I always thought that, through my limited use of Android via quickly utilizing other peoples phones for this and that, WebOS was more intuitive...
...but after extensive use...Jesus H Christ...how the hell is this considered a finished product? WebOS is so superior to Android that it makes me want to vomit thinking that I'm stuck with this abortion of an operating system for two years. How did Apple's equally ****ty OS and this crap beat out WebOS? It boggles my mind. Boggles!
It doesn't multitask at all. It freezes one program as you open another. How is this multitasking? And, yes, battery life is way better. But I'd still rather have WebOS on this hardware.Mikey, calm down. It does multi task, just jot as well as Web-OS or as elegantly. All those apps are running, you just need to re-open them. I broke down and got the Motorola Atrix. It's not Web-OS, but it's pretty cool. And by the way, the battery life kills the Palm.