HP today unveiled the new TouchSmart tm2 notebook at the CES 2010.
The HP TouchSmart tm2 is a powerful, convertible, touch-enabled notebook PC encased in a sophisticated aluminum design with engraved illustration. The thin, powerful HP TouchSmart tm2 updates the HP tx2 – the industry’s first convertible notebook PC with multitouch technology.
With the convertible tm2, customers can choose the product configuration and input method that is most comfortable and natural, whether on a couch, in an airplane or while surfing the web. As a traditional notebook, the tm2 offers a keyboard and touch-enabled display for input. Converted to a slate, the tm2 morphs into a sketchpad with digital pen, allowing artists to sketch on the go and students to take notes in class.
Featuring an aluminum design with Riptide engraved illustration, the HP tm2 provides a full notebook experience with the latest low-voltage Intel Core 2 Duo processors and optional high multimedia performance ATI Mobility Radeon discrete graphics upgrades.
The HP Touchsmart tm2 also provides up to nine hours of battery life via the standard six-cell battery and includes a fingerprint reader as well as an advanced thermal design that helps keep the PC cool.
Starting today, you can reserve a HP tm2 by calling +1 800 230 5752. See also the HP Shop.
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