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: 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 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. Other then that,so far,I have had no problems. I really don't have any regrets on buying it.
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. The HP screen has limited, ipad style touch sensitivity which I did not need anyway (and prefered to not use and have to wipe the screen every so often). It is, however, a great tablet.
Summary: I've had mine since the summer and here are my thoughts: I'm a visual artist so my main attraction to the TM2 was the potential for making artwork in a more direct way than is possible with other digital devices. A huge problem with the Ipad and other tablets is that there is no decent stylus...yes, I know that they make big clunky styluses that are as thick as your finger, but I wanted a pen-like tool for comfortable drawing.
Summary: A very cute device. Works both with Windows and with a quick-boot ROM-based OS that gives you the minimum browser and such. In the tablet format works great in the car. The only issue I've found is that it wound not connect to Wi-Fi in many motels. Real annoying. In some motels it would work but in most it wouldn't, both the Windows and quick-boot modes. I've tried to configure it every which way with no success.
Summary: In general, I love it but nothing's perfect. Before this I had the HP T2z which is the predecessor of the TM2 series. I've had it for a couple weeks now and thought I'd share my opinion. Pros: - FN keys are first laptop functions then F keys: I love this feature. I very rarely use function keys but I do use the volume / brightness / WLAN keys a lot. This new keyboard layout makes the function keys laptop functions by default.
Summary: I haven't yet totally explored the uses and features of this laptop. I noticed though that it does not have bluetooth capabilities. I find the feature on the 180 degree twisting on the monitor. It helps me discuss and present one on one to my clients. When you see the picture of this unit in the internet (Hp and amazon site, other sites) the unit looks thinner than the actual. I am optimistic that overall, I will find this unit very useful.
Summary: I got this laptop to use for college, and so far I love it. Once you get used to a tablet you will never want to go back to a regular computer. Touching the screen makes so much more sense than touchpad input, although you can still use it that way with this tablet if you choose. PROS: - Size: The tm2 is the perfect size for a laptop. The screen is small without being too small and its compact design allows you to go virtually anywhere with it.