HP's new tablet, the WebOs-based TouchPad, isn't selling very well. In fact, Best Buy has only been able to sell 10 percent of its inventory since the device launched and has 200,000 of the damn things sitting on the shelves. Now it wants HP to take them back.

This news is especially painful, considering the fact that HP has already slashed $100 off the asking price of the TouchPad in an effort to attract buyers.

According to AllThingsD, HP is begging Best Buy to be patient, and has even dispatched a senior executive to Best Buy headquarters in Minneapolis to try and talk them down. Ouch.