Hardware Isaac on 09 Mar 2007 10:47 am
PC World said:
An artfully designed ultraportable convertible Windows Tablet PC, the HP Pavilion tx1000 is geared for multimedia. It’s lightweight (4.2 pounds) and has some distinctive design touches, including a unique touchpad, that make it interesting. But its poor battery life and reflective screen make it a less-than-desirable traveling companion.
HP’s latest entry into the Tabletscape is now available for ordering on the HP website. The Pavilion tx1000z series is a touchscreen convertible Tablet PC running an AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core processor, touted as offering enhanced virus protection and well as longer battery life. There are more configuration options than you can shake a stylus at available from choosing which Vista SKU to install, to memory, to HD size, etc…
Plus, there’s a GottaBeMobile InkShow from CES on the HP tx1000.
The HP tx100z is the first Tablet PC HP has designed for the consumer rather than the road warrior. With an AMD Turion 64 bit Dual-core processor, 2 gigs of memory and running Windows Vista™ Home Premium the HP ttx100 is the fastest Tablet computer I have ever had the pleasure of using..
The High-Definition Bright View Widescreen Display with Integrated Touch-Screen is simply amazing. Personally I’m not one to watch movies on my computer, in fact I’ve never watched a movie for more than a few minutes of a movie on any Tablet PC, UMPC or desktop computer. Now I am looking forward to watching a dvd on my next flight which happens to be to the Microsoft MVP Summit.
Looks to me like a very interesting consumer-level machine, though probably not something for the classroom.
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