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Critic reviews

7.0
3 reviews
  • Speed and features
    7.5
  • Design and form factor
    8.0
  • Battery life
    8.5
  • Display
    6.0
  • Durability
    8.0
  • Expandability
  • Noise
  • Portability (size / weight)
    6.2

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User reviews

8.0
9 reviews
7.0
Engadget Jun 27, 2010

... for an $899 starting price and now with its Core i3 upgrade, it's actually one of the better convertible laptops for students or just those that just want to reach out and touch a screen.

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7.0
TrustedReviews Mar 16, 2012

With the added advantage of being one of the few players in its field, it's definitely worth considering if you're after a convertible tablet laptop, but we're still waiting for a machine of this type that truly delivers.

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7.0
TechRadar May 27, 2010

Its solid build, incredible portability and impressive features round off this strong contender, making it a worthy award winner.

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9.0
GLHShelby GLHShelby

After owning the original HP tx1000 tablet for several years I was anxious to upgrade. The tx1000 had a great balance of features for the money and was virtually the only sub $1000 tablet around, but it did have some major drawbacks. The AMD processor was both hot-running and power hungry,...

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9.0
Loomis2 Loomis2

GDGT just lost my long review so here's the basics... It looks great and it seems much sturdier than the previous version. The keyboard is a joy to type on, but the screen is very reflective. there is no built-in optical drive anymore, but you can buy an external one from HP (we...

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8.0
Bassem Bassem

Keyboard: --------- The chiclet layout is very comfy to use and the keys travel nicely when you press them. However I hate the fact that the function keys F1-F12 return their "alt" functions when pressed. That is, if I press F2 it dims the screen instead of renaming. I have to press...

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8.0
Genjinaro Genjinaro

This Review includes my customazations which are the following: TM2 -1000 CTO w/ Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 (1.30GHz, 800MHz FSB) 1. Windows 8 Pro (Fixes to Graphics & Chipset applied) See here:...

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8.0
DantheMan DantheMan

I have used tablet pc's for a few years now, and it's important to me not to compromise on the machine's capability as a laptop, just to have tablet features. Most on the market are underpowered with tiny screens. I find the 12.1 inch screen to be the sweet spot in terms of visibility and...

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8.0
rogerioal rogerioal

I had all tabletpc line from HP (tx1000, tx2000, and tx2500), this one is the best, fastest tablet pc I had.. i5-430um, 8Gb, 500Gb.

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