HP ships TouchSmart tm2t tablet, upgrades dv6t and dv7t

By on January 18, 2010, 10:58 AM
Shortly after its introduction at this year's CES, HP has begun shipping their latest consumer tablet PC, the TouchSmart tm2t. Starting at around $950, the new system features a choice of ultra-low-voltage Intel Core 2 Duo processors, either integrated Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics or a discrete 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4550 card, and has a six-cell battery that's said to provide up to nine hours of operation.


Its 12.1-inch LED capacitive multi touch display offers a 1,280x800 resolution and promises "feather-light" response from either your fingers or the bundled digital pen. The base model ships with 3GB of DDR3 memory and a 160GB hard drive, both of which can be upgraded up to 8GB and 500GB respectively. Of course, Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system comes pre-installed, and HP has also thrown in a number of touch-friendly applications to make the experience more appealing.

Besides the new TouchSmart tm2t, the 15.6-inch Pavilion dv6t and 17.3-inch dv7t series laptops are both getting an Intel Core i5-520M 2.4GHz processor as standard, optional Nvidia GeForce GT 320M graphics, plus two free upgrades: 3GB memory (up from 2 GB) and a 320GB 7200rpm hard drive (up from 250GB).




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