HP Touchpad Hacks to increase performance and minimize your wait

by Rafael Hernandez on September 20, 2011 · 0 comments

Computing devices, such as the HP Touchpad, sport an amazing amount of flexibility despite its less than powerful processor but that hasn’t stopped the fervent communities, that pop up around, to squeeze as much performance as possible from their handy portable devices. Interestingly there are some substandard settings for the Touchpad that keep it constantly doing things that would tax even the most powerful of systems which, when disabled, allow it to perform a whole lot faster. Add some generous tweaking when you pile on the overclocking features and you have yourself a mean WebOS platform, at least until you decide to sacrifice it to the Android path.

HP Touchpad Performance Hacking Guide @ Benchmark Reviews

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