It’s been a few weeks since HP canceled the TouchPad tablet and started liquidating the remaining inventory at prices as low as $99 (or about one fifth of the original list price). Now HP is also offering deep discounts on accessories for the 9.7 inch tablet — although you won’t find any 80 percent markdowns here.

HP TouchPad accessories

The HP TouchPad wireless keyboard used to cost $70, but now it’s going for just $30. Update: You can actually get it for just $20 if you use the coupon code HPSAVE10.

The HP TouchStone wireless charging dock is also on sale for $50, down from a list price of $80, and a spare North American power charger is more than half off, at $13.

HP also has some pretty good deals on cases and slip covers for the tablet, so if you were one of the lucky folks that managed to get your hands on a 9.7 inch HP TouchPad, it might be a good time to pick up some accessories… while they’re still available.

via webOS Roundup

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3 replies on “HP TouchPad accessories also getting price cuts”

  1. Keyboard appears to be sold out already, and the case pictured above is $19.99.  There is a neoprene sleeve for $14.99.

  2. you won’t find any 500 percent markdowns here.

    I would think not, since that would mean HP would be paying the customer four times the original price of an item to take it off their hands.

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