Great and wonderful gadgets await us this year. Following the CES 2010 Gadget Preview, HP is launching its latest version of a compact convertible tablet PC, the HP TouchSmart tm2.
From what have been reported earlier in Engadget, the HP TouchSmart tm2 convertible tablet is a 12.1-inch laptop which is driven by new Intel Core 2 Duo processor and ATI Mobility Radeon graphics. It has 9 hours of battery life off its standard 6-cell. Most importantly, the capacitive multi-touch screen is finger and pen friendly.
The physical and internal designs are pretty much impressive. It's aluminum case gives the laptop the firm and professional look. It also looks thinner and lighter than its peers.
The most impressive about the HP TouchSmart tm2 is its convertibility feature. You can use it as a typical looking laptop or when you are inside a moving vehicle like your car or a bus, HP TouchSmart tm2 can be converted into a sleek tablet PC, presenting a full-color touch screen interface. Simply turn its monitor up, then close it over the body, overlaying the keyboard.
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