The latest in the company's Flip PC convertible notebook line is its smallest yet, and ships with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 pre-installed.
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The HP Revolve is a solid small laptop designed for the enterprise worker who sometimes needs a touch tablet.
The new convertible notebook features a 13.3-inch detachable touchscreen and two batteries, but does not use an Intel Haswell processor.
The 11.6-inch convertible notebook runs Windows 8 Pro, but starts at $1,499.
Dell's convertible Latitude XT3 tablet has some neat features and a good choice of configurations. However, it lacks USB 3.0 and an optical drive, battery life is disappointing and it's relatively heavy for a 13.3in. notebook. As a result, we'd hesitate to recommend it for everyday use.
The Consumer Preview of Windows 8 is available now for those wanting to kick the tires of the next big thing from Redmond. Here's my take on the interface for laptops and tablets.
A few companies are showing off laptops that convert into tablets at the CES this week, a rebirth of the convertible notebook.
Intel sees the new Ultrabook evolving into a convertible notebook. It seems the company has forgotten the Tablet PC has been around for a decade.
Getac UK has announced the V200 fully rugged convertible notebook, which it says is the most powerful of its kind in the world. It's also the first rugged notebook to run on Intel's 2.
Hewlett Packard on Monday introduced its first multitouch convertible business tablet, the EliteBook 2740p, for healthcare, education, sales, field workers and the enterprise.
Dell unveils 12.1" rugged multitouch tablet PC, Latitude XT2 XFR; withstands drops, spills, sand, children
Dell on Tuesday unveiled a 12.1-inch rugged convertible tablet PC, the Latitude XT2 XFR, the first multitouch tablet PC that can withstand ballistic shock, extreme temperatures, dust, sand and moisture.
The Dell Latitude XT2's key feature is its largely successful multi-touch capability. Build quality is excellent, but the absence of an integrated optical drive is a nuisance and battery life is disappointing.
Multitouch is where it’s at for smartphones, with plenty of UI developers trying to emulate Apple’s success.But can it cut the mustard on a notebook?
At Macworld 2008 in San Francisco Tuesday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the company's new ultraportable notebook, the MacBook Air. The new notebook is .76 inch thick and runs on Intel's Core 2 Duo with both 1.6GHz and 1.8GHz options. Other specs include a full-size keyboard, a built-in iSight camera, and a trackpad that supports multitouch gestures.
The HP Compaq 2710p stands out by virtue of its stylish design. It's not the lightest ultraportable, though, and many mobile professionals will want to specify the 3G option. The lack of an optical drive and a touchpad may also bother some potential buyers.
At Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, Dell CEO demos the company's new convertible Latitude XT, which he claims is thinner and brighter than competing systems. It also has multitouch technology that senses the five fingers of a hand.
Stories are surfacing about new form factors due out of Cupertino: a small multitouch tablet and an ultralight notebook. While anything is possible where Steve Jobs is involved, there are operational and market reasons why Apple would pass on these product categories.
The LifeBook T4215 is a solidly built convertible Tablet PC, whose fingerprint sensor and smartcard slot should appeal to security-conscious business buyers. The inclusion of 3G/HSDPA connectivity is a bonus, too.
James Kendrick and I hit the ground running in show #37 and device reviews are the order of the day as we discuss the HP tx1000 Entertainment PC and the Lenovo ThinkPad x60 with the multi-touch screen. Both devices are touchscreen convertibles and we have a rousing discussion of the merits of a convertible notebook with a touchscreen. Does James think the tx1000 makes a good Tablet PC? Has my opinion of the Lenovo X60t changed ow that I've been using it for a while? Listen and find out.
Gateway announced two new Convertible Notebook Tablet PCs today that use Intel's new Core Duo processor. The big news though is how their retail presence has put them firmly in the lead in Tablet PC sales -- to the tune of 54% of retail sales since last October.
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