Excerpt: The hard drive of the device has a capacity of 40GB, which is target at a procurers that need a device for just private and a little bit of business used. The device has a dimensions 11.9 x 8.8 x 1.36 inch and a weight of 3.5 pounds, would is convenient to carry around. A 6-cell Lithium-Ion battery supplies power to the device, which would stay for about 5 hours after full charging capacity.
Summary: I've owned my T2010 for a week now. The AU$2999 price included the docking station with extra USB ports and a DVD burner. The T2010 comes with a massive 120Gb drive and 2Gb RAM that are more than a match for Onenote. Onenote is the real heart of the tablet experience. It is the killer application that uses all the pen/handwriting features offered by the Tablet.
Pros: High speed (Vista 3.1 experience rating) Low weight ( Good battery life 120 Gb HDD 2Gb RAM
Cons: Tiny mono speaker Not an effective games platform (Unless you play Starcraft) USB connectivity is limited when away from base-station. People want to chat about how cool it is when you should really be working.