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  Reply # 509991 22-Aug-2011 15:45
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If you are into risk maybe get an HP touchpad for $99 US. They might even be cheap in NZ in the next couple of days.




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  Reply # 509998 22-Aug-2011 15:59
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I did see the Hyawei S7 thing at mobicity, but that looks to be an Australian cover site and there's doubt if they are selling the newer capacitive screen version too. $250 was a good price though.

http://www.mobicity.co.nz/huawei-s7-android-tablet.html

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  Reply # 510002 22-Aug-2011 16:03
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The touchpad is a whole lot of tablet for $100 USD. You are getting top notch specs. The big punt is what will happen to WebOS.




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  Reply # 510011 22-Aug-2011 16:16
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Oh and where you can get one from now at a discounted price, that will ship to NZ too...

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  Reply # 510029 22-Aug-2011 16:38
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Basically nowhere, unless you use Shipito/equivalent shipping forwarders. BHphotovideo, one of the few US copmanies that ship to NZ, sold out in seconds. And didn't hold one for me, despite me asking :(

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