Even considering buying a HP Touchsmart TM2T tablet lsaptop really puts you on the very right track. Now what will definitely put you right smack on the right ordeal is if and when you absolutely purchase the TM2T. I bought my TM2T back in may of this year, 2010 and I have used it evry single day. it is super quiet, cool and smooth running, and always stays connected. But the Best thing about this marvelous machine is that it comers encased ina metallic casing, which makes it even way more durable than the competition, with their cheap, flimsy, plastic!
I have a Core 2 Duo processor and 8GB DDR3 RAM, but at firsy I only had the 4GB inside it, along with the Intel integrated graphics. Surprisingly though, even with the more of a base model, playing the high end games for me ran smoothly. I am no gamer in the least, but I always like to at least try the games, just to test my computer. But anyway, I am sure that with the ATI dedicated switchable graphics, a person will be able to do Abything they set their minds to do on it. I absolutely love my HP Touchsmart TM2T so very much that I am planning to get another one, and my second one is going to have either Core I3 or I5 procesor and the ATI switchable graphics, along with the full 8 gig memory. Once I get this I, too, will have even another awesome computing machine. Now,a s far as optical drives go, which are the same as DVD and CD drives, no, the TM2T does not come with one, but I bought myself a super fine HP 556 ultra slim USB external DVD burner, and wow!!! this external burner is awesome, sharp, and with a crystal clear video performance! I have several laptops that already have internal DVD drives buit into them, and I rarely even every use them. So, you would be just fine if you got the TM2T and then got an external DVD burner. Anyway, by all means, you should buy the HP Touchsmart TM2T. You will not regret it if you do. For what you could configure the HP TM2T for as far as price, if you were to go and configure Dell's essentially overpriced XT2 with that same configuration, you'd be paying Dell a whopping $3000 at least, whereas you can get the lovely HP TM2T for just over $1000, and even less with all the HP coupons and discounts that are floating around! And so, now I ask you, which is the better buy for you? Hint: It doesn't take a genius or national scholar to figure out the better buy here! Thanks for reading!