The HP TouchPad takes on the RIM BlackBerry PlayBook. Who knew these two would make the greatest of rivals? We did.
We're bringing you a tablet war that has nothing to do with Apple or Android and where size doesn't matter. It's a Prizefight punch-out between the BlackBerry PlayBook and HP TouchPad.
The HP TouchPad has arrived, and that's all the excuse we need to pitch it into pitched battle with the Apple iPad and hotly anticipated Motorola Xoom.
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