Cut-price TouchPads – which were scrapped by Hewlett Packard last week as part of its decision to axe its webOS devices – are top of Amazon’s electronics sales list, according to Engadget. The 16GB and 32GB models have taken the two spots, beating the Kindle and the iPod touch. There are also reports that UK customers will soon be able to get the TouchPad at knockdown prices – with rumours that the tablet will available for £89 and £115 for the 16GB and 32GB versions. Read more
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