HP’s TouchPad Go was meant to be released at the end of the summer but failed to see the light of day thanks to the company’s decision to stop selling kit packing its ailing webOS software.
Now, however, an intrepid Chinese tech lover has managed to get his hands on the slate and has posted snaps of the device for all to see. The 7-inch tablet has a 4:3 aspect ratio, packing 16GB storage, a 1.5GHz processor and even NFC smarts.
Considering how well the regular HP TouchPad sold after HP slashed its price, it seems a shame that the Go was never given a chance. After all, HP could probably have shifted a fair few if it had offered it as part of a cut price deal.
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