The product that started life as the HP tx1000 is now called the TouchSmart tm2, and it is one of the only convertible tablet laptops aimed at mainstream entertainment consumers.
The product that started life as the HP tx1000, and is now called the TouchSmart tm2, is one of the only convertible tablet laptops aimed at mainstream entertainment consumers.
The HP TM2-1010ea leaps from your tabletop to a tablet with a twist of the touchscreen. Click through to see it in action
Call them tablets or slates, but companies at CES seem obsessed with showing off the possibilities of PCs stripped of their keyboards and touch pads.
The updates to Hewlett-Packard's line on all-in-one desktop PCs features a 23-inch display with multitouch tech and the ability to recline at a 60 degree angle for easier input.
Finally, a decent deal on a tablet! HP's tm2t is loaded, too, with a state-of-the-art processor, huge hard drive, and even an external DVD burner.
Is this the desktop of the future, or just a toy?
CES 2010 still has a ways to go, but if you had to cite your pick for most exciting or noteworthy news out of the gadget blowout so far, what would it be?
What does it mean for consumers now that HP has announced its plan to spin its PC business off into a separate company?
CES 2010 had us rolling in tablets. So far, the iPad pretty much stands alone. So, what happened to all those shiny slates, and by the time they get here, will it already be too late?