HP TouchPad Best Buy Stops Selling Underpressure After price to plummet by 20% last Friday at Wall Street, there is further bad news for the printer and PC maker Hewlett-Packard (HP). According to a report from Engadget, the U.S. retailer Best Buy stop sell HP Touchpad tablets.
Existing stocks will be planned to HP (NYSE: 851 301, HPQ, WKN) will be returned, as they say. In addition, HP will offer all owners TouchPad, the webOS-based tablet purchased on the company website, a refund of the purchase price, as the service industry WebOS roundup reported.
Even Best Buy has launched a website specially for the return of the modalities TouchPad. According to the buyer device up to 60 days after purchase date to return again and claim a refund of the purchase price. But not at Amazon, the big online retail still provide the product with 20% cheaperfrom standard price.
Canada is currently running a sales campaign at the Best Buy also participates. This offers the retailer the TouchPad Tablet PC for around US$99, for a knockdown price. In the previous week it was announced that the production of HP-based webOS TouchPad Tablet PC stops because of weak sales.