Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday launched its first multi-touch notebook for consumers.
While multi-touch is nice the TouchSmart tx2 may become known for something else. It's one of the first tablets that may have the mojo for mass adoption. Why? The laptop starts at $1,149, well below what a lot of tablet PCs cost.
A few specs:
- The laptop is 4.5 pounds with a 12.1 inch screen;
- Comes with a content partnership with MTV for video content from 10 channels;
- Runs on AMD's Turion platform;
- And has Vista Home Premium.