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My new HP TouchPad – Better, Faster, Stronger, Overclocked
A couple of weeks ago I purchased an HP TouchPad once they were on fire-sale for $99.
To remedy the issue of slowness, I found you can relatively easily “overclock” the CPU (or unlock more of it’s power) with a small but noticeable impact on battery life. I followed the instructions in this forum post at XDA-Developers.com and now my 1ghz TouchPad clocks at 1.7ghz (on both cores)! The performance increase is noticeable and well worth it. I also downloaded some of the other apps through Preware to make some other performance improvements.
Follow these directions at your own risk. You may void your warranty in the process. Make sure to follow the directions perfectly or you will have problems.