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Mike

Best Buy: Touchstone Charging Dock HP Touchpad $39.99

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Looks like Best Buy has the Touchstone charging dock for the HP Touchpad for $39.99, but it looks like it's only available in stores. It'll save you $40 off the retail price.

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