HP announced a new version of the HP TouchSmart tx2 multitouch convertible notebook today.
With multitouch support within HP MediaSmart, the HP TouchSmart tx2 is the first notebook PC for consumers that enables the use of two fingers to navigate HP’s entertainment applications.
The new HP TouchSmart tx2 features most of the same touch applications as the HP TouchSmart PC as well as exclusive touch-enabled games and Corel Painter Sketch Pad for creating digital art.
The HP TouchSmart tx2 weighs 4.65 pounds, features a 12.1-inch diagonal WGXA HD HP LED widescreen integrated touch-screen convertible display, AMD Turion dual-core processor and a glossy HP Imprint finish with titanium color Reaction pattern.
The new HP TouchSmart tx2 starts at $799 and is expected to be available Oct. 22nd. There is a Vista version of the tx2 (tx2z) currently on sale. Make sure you do not confuse the current one with the new tx2 launching with Windows 7.
Shop for the HP tx2 on Amazon.com.
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