HP presented this morning to press its collection public spring 2010, including a new ultra-portable convertible Tablet PC. The HP Pavilion TouchSmart TM2 succeeds first model launched a year ago and corrects errors of youth.
This new model goes especially for AMD platform to platform low voltage Intel, which, failing to make thin and light, gives greater autonomy. His 6-cell battery actually the tricked out of some overweight, since accusing 2.15 kilograms on the scales and a thickness ranging from 2.63 to 3.96 inches front to back, but the manufacturer in return for listing a range of 8 hours (tested Wi-Fi turned off). We would have preferred a flat bottom, much more comfortable when the computer is used in Tablet PCs in portrait orientation.
It focuses, therefore, to literally and figuratively, around a multi-touch screen 12.1 "WXGA. It is also responsive to the overview included stylus, just like a real touch pad, which effectively captures the full show of hands. The touchpad (touchpad) is also multipoint. The TouchSmart software suite allows finally take advantage of this profusion of touch.
It houses an Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 clocked at 1.3 GHz with 3 MB of cache, an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4550 backed by 512 MB of dedicated memory, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM and a hard disk 500 GB It also presents the characteristic to be delivered as standard with an external optical unit, namely a multiformat DVD burner. Connectors and accessories that complement conventional equipment, including an HDMI output.
The HP Pavilion TouchSmart TM2 be marketed in March retail price of 900 euros.