Yeah, I got one. Managed to score a 32 GB model off of Amazon. I was expecting it, so I had Firefox refresh the page every five seconds until the new price showed up. I finished ordering it in under a minute after it went up (probably wouldn't have gotten it if I hadn't).
So far, I am loving the tablet, though WebOS does leave a few things to be desired. The multitasking interface is fantastic, but there really is an application shortage. Not to mention that it wasn't very well optimized from the factory (disabling logging helps a LOT).
If the touchbook can install the Android, I will consider to buy one.
I have read that someone is building android version for Touchpad. But the question is whether there is any more touchpad on stock or not.
Many Android versions are actually functioning out there. There are at least two reports of TouchPads that actually shipped with Android instead of WebOS. Cyanogenmod made a major leap recently, and when they're done we'll have the ability to dual boot Android and WebOS, in addition to other operating systems. (For example, Ubuntu already works on it).
But, the TouchPads are sold out in most places. The few select places that have it aren't selling it at the fire sale prices. Then you have eBay and Craigslist selling TouchPads for $100-$150 more than the sale price. Rumors have it that HP has started to make more, but I highly doubt they will sell at $99 and $149.