Monday, June 28, 2010

HP TouchSmart tm2t Review
Thanks to the Apple iPad, tablet computers are a concept recently discovered by countless consumers, but a contingent of die-hard road warriors and business-laptop users have been using them for years. And perhaps no one has been making tablets quite as long as Hewlett-Packard has, which is why HP is able to throw a few pleasant surprises into its newly revamped, configure-to-order TouchSmart tm2t line. Tablets in this line start at $829, and depending on how you configure yours, you can land decent battery life and switchable graphics. The biggest surprise, though, is that HP can put together a compelling ultraportable convertible tablet for less than $1,000—$919, in the case of the model we looked at...