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HP TouchSmart tx2-1275dx

A fair price, an attractive design, and multitouch support may allow tablet shoppers to overlook the HP TouchSmart tx2-1275dx's middling performance and poor battery life.

By Aug. 7, 2009

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HP TouchSmart tx2: Multi-touch for the masses

Hold on to your fingerless gloves, touch fans: HP has just announced the first consumer laptop with a 12-inch multi-touch display

By Nov. 20, 2008


Meet the first multitouch consumer laptop: HP's TouchSmart tx2

HP releases the first multitouch consumer laptop with the TouchSmart tx2.

By Nov. 19, 2008


Sony Vaio TX2: how do we love thee?

Here at Crave, we've always believed computers are better than people. Sony's proved it before, and is about to do so once again with the Vaio TX2

By Feb. 10, 2006


Sony Vaio TX3: Heartbreak healer

We've been dumped by the Sony Vaio TX2 -- but no matter, we're about to get jiggy with its younger, sexier sibling, the TX3

By Jul. 3, 2006


Report: Multitouch functionality coming to 'gPad'

A story from Israel-based Haaretz says HTC's anticipated tablet will boast multitouch functionality, courtesy of technology from N-trig.

By Aug. 23, 2010


Sony Vaio TZ series: Stalk-worthy ultra-portable laptops

We think we've fallen in love all over again -- this time with the new Sony Vaio TZ series, a group of hyper-sexy laptops that weigh a minuscule 1.2kg each

By May. 30, 2007


Lexmark X8350: lust in a box

Behold the Lexmark X8350: a device that scans, copies, faxes, and delivers the type of image quality that you'd sell your granny for

By Apr. 5, 2006


First Dell, then HP: What's next for N-trig's multitouch screen technology?

Crave talks to Lenny Engelhardt, N-trig's VP of Business Development, about the company's multitouch technology.

By Nov. 25, 2008


HP's iPad-killer slate PC makes an appearance

In a cunningly timed move, a mere 48 hours after the iPad's retail debut, HP releases a new video demo of its tablet device, which the company refers to as a "slate."

By Apr. 5, 2010