.......Toshiba, Galaxy 10.1, or HP Touchpad

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  1. d1001morex30

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    So I have stepped into the wonderful world of tablet shopping......... At first I purchased the Acer Iconia Tab. It broke and somehow I ended up with a store credit. I set my mind on getting a Xoom but then I heard about the Transformer.........Then I had my mind set on a Transformer, until I found out out the Galaxy 10.1.......Now I have learned about the Toshiba Thrive and the HP Touchpad. I understand they all have different bells and whistles. My main concerns are the screen quallity and the processors. I have tried to search the web for a comparrason between the Tegra 2 and the new snapdragon that HP is packing, but havent found anything. I want to order one of the 3 but having a hard time picking between them. HELP
    ualcomm Snapdragon dual-CPU APQ8060 1.2GHz
     
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    Isn`t the HP running WebOS, the bastard child of Palm?

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    You are right! I guess we can scratch one off the list.
     
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    I had the Acer Iconia Tab at first
    Good- excellent fit and finish, nice materials, sturdy. Terrific audio quality thru headphones
    Bad- bad battery life, dull lifeless screen
    So I took it back to best buy.

    Just 2 days ago I picked up the Galaxy 10.1 Tab for its beautiful vivid screen and its small weight and size. I had intended to get the Toshiba Thrive because replacing the battery myself was a plus. However Toshiba has made flat dim screens on their laptops for years now and I think the Thrive will not be a vibrant display.

    So I will just have to deal with Samsung's battery replacement in a few years, its worth it just to watch HD Videos and pics on Flickr. Great eye candy.
     
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    Sheesh, screen snobs.

    I have the thrive and I enjoy the screen plenty.

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    I'm not really sure what you mean my saying that toshibas screens are "flat dim screens" both my thrive and my satellite have great looking screens i guess to each his own but for me the ports and the battery mean the thrive is full of win
     

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