Summary: I built this into a bar counter in my living room with my DJ kit to function as a touch pad to bring saved music files into the Mixer. Swivels back to the other side of the bar (customer side) to function as a PC.
Summary: Somehow painfully slow despite the specs being significantly higher than my last lap top. The touch screen is incredibly laggy and unresponsive, often actions must be repeated 2-4 times. The stylus is much better, but no picnic either. The fingerprint reader is a joke.
Summary: I love this laptop! to be honest i'm not the very best with computers, and this is the first laptop i've owned, only had a desktop,but It's great! It takes a lot of getting used to and i suppose if your good with computers it'd be easier to know what your doing.Very small technical glitches but i...
Summary: This is a great computer. it's very easy to use and the touch screen is awesome. The only thing I have found that I don't care for is the pencil. I don't like the string thing very much and when you store it away in the computer its not locked in very well.
Summary: I received my HP TouchSmart tm2-2150us computer about two months ago. I had been looking for a tablet PC to use in classroom teaching as well as for personal computing, and after some search decided on the HP.
Summary: Pros: > Very responsive styluse. You can even hold it over the screen and it acts like a hovering mouse to provide pop-up information on most applications and web-sites. > Excellent picture quality. One of the main reasons I bought this was to show off photos.
Summary: Very good machine, I don't feel it heavy as other people said, actually is very portable, the optical drive in my previous computer was used once in 2 years, so thinking about how much I used it played a big factor, it responds nicely to fingers, zoom in and out are a breeze.
CPU failure after 6 months.. so much for 3y warranty included
epharm "e-pharm", Amazon
19 August 2011
Summary: I ordered the highest configuration on this tablet at HP.com HP TouchSmart tm2t-2100 12.1" CTO Notebook (1.33 GHz Intel Core i5-470UM Processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB Hard Drive, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit) , and boy it was a mistake.