Summary: The HP Pavilion tm2t offers good performance, battery life, and features for the price. On the other hand, those who have used an iPad will scratch their heads when this tablet doesn't change screen orientation based on how you're holding the device. They'll also wonder why it takes so long for the TouchSmart apps to load when there's a Core i3 processor under the hood and why there isn't an app store.
Pros: Sleek aluminum design, Bright responsive touchscreen, Good graphics performance, Accurate and smooth pen input, Strong battery life
Cons: Slow TouchSmart software, No accelerometer for switching display, Mediocre touchpad
Summary: The HP TouchSmart tm2-1010ea falls between two stools. If you want a laptop, then cheaper, more powerful machines are available. On the other hand, it's too heavy and its touchscreen interface is too clumsy for this machine to rival tablets like the iPad
Pros: Bright, responsive touchscreen, Great keyboard and trackpad
Cons: Not particularly powerful, Too heavy to comfortably use as a tablet, Virtual keyboard isn't great