The TC1000 is good for the price, but pay a little more and get a TC1100.
15 February 2013
Summary: The TC1000 looks identical to the TC1100, with similar specs. But they are very different in performance. It's Crusoe versus Intel, and Intel wins big. I have two TC1100 and one TC1000, and I love them all. If you decide to get the TC1000, here's a few tips. Upgrade the HDD!
Excerpt: It is a good product, but very slow with windows XP, the battery lasts only one hour at best, so I am using it now with Linux and its running faster, but it now has no pen function, if anyone finds the function(in Linux)tell me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Excerpt: Introduction ------------ Tablet PCs where officially launched on November 7th 2002 with a Keynote speech made by Bill gates in New York. The basic principle was to combine a laptop and graphics tablet, so that it is in effect possible to draw or write notes directly to the screen.
Pros: Tablet PC, Light, Quite Good Battery Life
Cons: Hinge Fairly Weak, Second Generation Tablets Available
Excerpt: The Tablet PC TC1000 is a full-function PC, with the power of Windows XP Tablet PC Edition classed as a revolutionary ultra-portable computer that you can write into using a stylus, removing the need for a keyboard and mouse The TC1000 looks good and is cased in tough magnesium alloy, 20 times more...
Pros: flexable, light, saves time, hand and speech regonition
Excerpt: I have been using a Compaq Tablet for the last four weeks for my work. My first impression was "wow", then it was, ok and how do I use it? The PC features handwriting and speech to text, use in portrait or landscape mode and a digital pen to write with.