For sale by PRADEEP13 Sep 9:45 pmMaharagama, Colombo
With the Pavilion TX1000, HP aims to bring tablet PCs out of the business world and into the consumer market. It's getting a big boost from Windows Vista: The Home Premium and Ultimate versions of Microsoft's new OS include the tablet functionality formerly found only in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition.
At 4.2 pounds, the Pavilion TX1000 adeptly straddles the line between ultraportable and thin-and-light, with a totable yet comfortably spacious design. Out of the box, the system looks like HP's other Pavilion notebooks, with its glossy, piano-black exterior finish. But the big central hinge below the screen gives the laptop a twist—literally. Turn the screen and fold it flat against the keyboard, and you have a stylish tablet
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