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: I've had my TM2 for over 2 years now - it's still going strong and I've absolutely no desire to upgrade. A new laptop would be nice, sure, but my TM2 is chugging along and it does everything I need it to do. It's small, sweet, functional and practical. As an artist, I love being able to open Photoshop, take out the pen and do some work wherever I am. I love not being tied to my desk! The touchscreen is so handy.
Summary: I bought this in April of 2010 and it just now finally gave out on me. That doesn't sound like a long life, but let's look at what my poor baby went through before dying. It has taken long treks around my college campus, been pushed off desks, dropped, and fell off the seat of my van more times than I can count. It lasted through the daily wear of being a total nerd's primary computer for three years. I literally did not use a desktop that entire time.
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. The screen is encased in flimsy plastic, the whole thing feels cheap. Webcam is terrible. Computer will often get stuck when put to sleep, or closed. I have lost more work than I care to remember.
Summary: My review is the for the model mentioned: 320 GB HDD, Intel graphics, 4 GB ram, etc. I've had this machine for nearly two years and I've gone through all the traditional laptop rites of passage with it--the dropping and the spilling and the sitting-on and the bookbag slinging. I still love it. MY USAGE Day 1: Debloat. I've never purchased a computer that was useful out of the box.
Summary: This is the first time I bought a HP product... Bad decision, with the TM2T you think you are buying a TOP quality product, and it really is one of the worst touch screen devices and very poorly designed. A few items you want to know about the TM2T: - The screen will crack sooner or later because of the two pegs placed on the sides of the keyboard (FORGET ABOUT THE WARRANTY ON THIS ONE) - more than 300$ to fix it - It heats up and becomes unresponsive - Touchscreen...