HP, recently dropped the price of their WI-FI models TouchPad devices recently where they were at $100 less then their normal retail price. It was one of the best decisions HP has made since the release of their Web-OS equipped tablet.
When a company make a product cheaper the subsequent result can sometimes be a strong move in adoption. Well, HP has decided to make this price drop a permanent thing, which leads us to believe that there was some success in pushing these devices since the price cut. I hope other manufacturers look at this decision and adopt better pricing structures.