HP's TouchPad initially sold so poorly that the company was forced to abandon not only the WebOS platform but the entire mobile devices business. After the news of the breakup, though, came a happy side-effect. All TouchPads underwent massive price cuts starting yesterday, with the 16gb version selling for just $100 and the 32gb model going for $150. The steep discount has sent formerly indifferent consumers into a buying frenzy, making the super-cheap tablet a hot commodity.

If you're looking to scoop one up, we recommend calling up all of your local electronics retailers to see who still has inventory that they're looking to offload. You can troll online retailers, too, but the more rare the devices become the more likely you are to encounter markups.