I've been testing the HP TouchPad and I find it refreshing to browse the web with Adobe Flash support. I also have an Apple iPad which doesn't support Flash (unless you use a browser like Skyfire), so it's nice to use a tablet where I can view Flash-enabled content. Pinch-to-zoom and touch navigation was quick and responsive. Instead of using tabbed browsing, the HP TouchPad uses cards for each new web page. It's easy to switch windows, but it requires a few additional steps. I personally prefer tabbed browsing because it's much faster to switch windows.
The TouchPad has a 9.7-inch diagonal XGA capacitive, multitouch screen with a vibrant, 18-bit color, 1,024 x 768 resolution display.
Stay tuned as I continue to review the HP TouchPad. I'll be posting some photos comparing the HP TouchPad, the Apple iPad, and the HP Slate 500 soon.
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