Saturday , October 21 2017

HP TouchPads on sale again Monday via HP’s eBay store

For those of you who wanted one and missed out the first time round, you’ll get a second shot at getting your hands on a HP TouchPad. HP have announced that they will be selling limited numbers of refurbished TouchPads via their eBay store.

Some things to keep in mind with this final release of the TouchPads:

  • 90 day warranty ONLY
  • 2 per customer ONLY
  • No refunds unless the item arrives defective
  • Purchases are via eBay, PayPal payment ONLY

The prices are the same as round 1, $99 for the 16gb and $149 for the 32gb, so if you’re keen to get one you’ll have to get up pretty early on Monday morning to secure one.

 
Source: Liliputing.

Phil Tann   Journalist

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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9 Comments on "HP TouchPads on sale again Monday via HP’s eBay store"

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Jamie Trinh
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Jamie Trinh

i assume we would be able to use hopshopgo or shipitto or similar service?

Doofus
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Doofus

You should have mentioned this was in the US!

This is an Australia news site!

Adam Fullbrook
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Adam Fullbrook

We cannot deliver to P.O. boxes, APOs, FPOs, private mail box stores, United States territories, or addresses outside the 50 United States and the District of Columbia.
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Benjamin Dobell
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Benjamin Dobell

“you’ll have to get up pretty early on Monday morning to secure one” – I could be wrong here, but wouldn’t it be 11 AM (assuming I’ve got the right timezone).

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guest

not shipping to aus..sad face

Jonathon Reid
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Yxanthos
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Yxanthos

Does anyone have a link to hp’s ebay store

Thedevs
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Thedevs

So what time do they go up?

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