updated 04:55 pm EST, Fri February 22, 2008
HP tx2000 Review
Hewlett-Packard introduced the tx2000 in January as a second attempt at the concept of a Tablet PC for the home, where cost often prevents many notebook manufacturers from offering touchscreens. In its first try, HP was criticized for offering a system slower than most of its more conventional notebooks as well as for using a relatively limited, passive touchscreen that required deliberate input from a stylus. With an active screen and a speed boost in the new model, HP hopes to solve two problems at once. Electronista finds out how well this has been accomplished with its HP tx2000 full review.