Anyone who purchased an HP Touchpad prior to the price crash can now obtain a refund. Users who purchased the 16Gb version will be eligible for a refund that would reduce the cost of the device to £89. People who bought the 32Gb version will have paid £115 after the refund.
Users will need to register for the refund - the procedure requires users to enter the serial number of the product, scan the invoice and enter personal data.
HP said the refund programme is its way of saying "thank you for choosing HP webOS".
Last month UK retailers slashed the price of the Touchpad after HP announced plans to ditch the product as part of a major rethink in how it runs its business, switching focus to enterprise systems.
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