HP is leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to make the upcoming TouchPad tablet more attractive to its prospective buyers. There will be the HP Music Store and the HP Movie Store – HP’s very own media download stores that HP is readying to add some zing to the TouchPad launch party.
The two apps will come pre-loaded with the TouchPads and will allow the users to sync music and movie files with the HP tablet. The service is cloud based so that all the music or movies bought will be stored in online remote cloud servers. However, this isn’t all that makes the HP Music Store and HP Movie Store more than what others have on offer. There is also a ‘smart algorithm’ involved that tries to ensure new music that the user has the highest probability of listening to is also cached in the local device with the user. Owners of the TouchPad will also be able to stream music that they haven’t yet bought.
So that’s one more good reason to look forward to the market launch of the HP TouchPad.
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