HP Compaq tc4200
Posted: 6 June 2006
The HP Compaq tc4200 is a powerful little convertible that twist and turns into a convenient tablet PC, for those who prefer it that way.
I was most impressed with its ability to decipher my handwriting.
Although, once the novelty wore off, I was more than happy to use the machine in conventional laptop mode – with the added convenience of a touch screen to easily navigate through documents.
I found the keyboard and touchpad surprisingly comfortable to use considering the size of the machine.
A magnesium alloy casing helps protect the tablet from the stress of life on the road.
Under the hood users will find the latest Centrino components, including: Intel Pentium M Processor 740 supports Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (1.73GHz, 2MB L2 cache, 533MHz FSB); 12.1" colour TFT XGA (1024 x 768 resolution) Wide Viewing Angle with Digitiser; 60GB (5400 rpm); 512MB (1 x 512MB) DDR2 SDRAM (400MHz); High speed 56K modem with digital line guard, integrated 10/100/1000 NIC, Intel Pro/Wireless 2915ABG 802.11a/b/g integrated wireless LAN, integrated Bluetooth; Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 (with up to 128MB shared video memory)
The tc4200 is perfect for anyone who can’t decide between a tablet or a notebook.
The HP Compaq tc4200 has a RRP of AU$3,595.
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