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HP TouchSmart TM2-1070US 12.1-Inch 320GB Hard Drive Laptop PC - Silver

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HP TouchSmart TM2-1070US 12.1-Inch 320GB Hard Drive Laptop PC - Silver
With unparalleled versatility, the HP TouchSmart TM2 12.1" laptop PC lets you touch, draw, type, or move everywhere in between. This compact yet powerful laptop converts to a tablet with a simple twist. Next generation multi-touch technology puts endless creative possibilities at your fingertips. Slim and stylish, the HP TouchSmart TM2 can make everything you do faster, easier, and way more fun.
  • Laptop PC
  • 12.1" Diagonal WXGA HD HP LED BrightView widescreen display (1280x800)
  • Panel rotates 180° and folds flat
  • Zero Force TouchSmart display (built-in capacitative digitizer with multi-touch gestures)
  • Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
  • Intel Core2 Duo processor SU7300
  • 1.30GHz
  • 3 MB L2 cache
  • 800MHz FSB
  • 4GB DDR3 System Memory (2 DIMM) Max supported =8192MB
  • 2 Accessible memory slots
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD (shared) with up to 1695MB total available graphics memory
  • 320GB (7200rpm) hard drive (SATA)
  • Brushed aluminum with the riptide design in argento blush
  • HP webcam
  • Integrated digital microphone
  • Integrated fingerprint reader
  • Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)
  • Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n WLAN
  • 5-in-1 Integrated digital media reader for SD cards, MMC cards, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, or xD picture cards
  • Altec Lansing speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio
  • Full-size keyboard
  • HP Clickpad with on/off button
  • 3 USB 2.0, 1 headphone out, headphone-out/microphone in combo jack (compatible with 3.5mm 4-conductor jack with stereo audio and mono mic), HDMI, 1 VGA (15-pin), 1 RJ -45 (LAN)
  • Kensington MicroSaver lock slot
  • Power-on password
  • Accepts 3rd party security lock devices
  • 11.9"W x 1.03-1.55"H x 8.7"D
  • Weighs 4.72 lbs
  • 65W AC adapter
  • 6-Cell Lithium-ion battery
  • Imported
  • Product Information Sheet (PDF)
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1 Year Limited Hardware Warranty

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I'm a PC

By ValerieVulgar

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Comments about HP TouchSmart TM2-1070US 12.1-Inch 320GB Hard Drive Laptop PC - Silver:

Now, there are a couple things to keep in mind: A) I've only owned this laptop for about 48 hours, and B) my previous laptop was a near-burned-out Sony VAIO, so even a new uber-cheap laptop would seem a miracle to me. Yet, this laptop has endlessly impressed me in the passed couple days. The interface is very intuitive, and the idea of two different desktop - one for laptop mode, one for touch - is great. FIngerprint scanner: Perhaps my biggest disappointment, seeing as how mine is somehow missing it. It is obviously supposed to have one, as all the software is there, yet the scanner itself is conspiciously gone. But it doesn't bother me much, certainly not enough to send this back and get another one. Keyboard: THANK YOU HP FOR PUTTING THE MEDIA ADJUSTMENTS AS DEFAULT. The keyborad itself is also so sleek and smooth to type on, butttt.... Handwriting recognition: This is probably my favorite part of this laptop, and is one of the primary reasons I bought it. The scribbles and chicken scratch it's miraculously identified aside, even if it does mess up it is very easy to fix. More importantly, it's very organic to handwrite most of the time (and, personally, easier on my wrists). Touchscreen: Now, I too have noticed how the touchscreen "sleeps" if you don't touch it for about a minute or so. This is easily solved by just resting your finger on the screen, though it does assume you're right-clicking. I've searched for a setting to turn this off, but haven't found one. Touchpad: The larger size is nice, though you do bump in when you type. But - TA DA! - you can turn off the touchpad by simply touching the little LED light in the top left corner until it's red. No more going all the way through the control panel just to type a long paper. Programs: Some are amazingly frivilous - I will never understand why trial games are installed on PCs - but some such as sticky notes and Notes are reasons why I almost bought a Mac. Microsoft's OneNote is especially optimized with the touchscreen and handwriting recognition. I'm rather sad my semester ended before the laptop came - I cannot wait to take notes in here looking like I'm writing in paper, then change it to text! It's really going to cut down on my paper usage, and I won't clickety-clack on the keyboard in the classroom! Slate mode: Okay, admittedly, the fact that the screen tilts away from you when you have it flat on a table in slate mode does bother me. Maybe a little dock thing that attaches to the bottom to level it out? That would be nice. Battery: Granted, towards the end of its life my last laptop can make it maybe a couple hours, but this batter is still quite impressive! In two days I've only charged it twice! And that's using it almost constantly all day. Heat: Now, it's not like this laptop is ice-cold, but it runs quite cool (though it does get a little warmer when you're using it plugged-in). Though I often used my old laptop as a foot-warmer during those cold winter nights. Optical drive: Yes, I do know there is none. Personally, that's not a problem - I only use CDs when putting programs/music on a computer, and seldom otherwise. But even if you do need one often, the external one I bought works just fine. And it has LightScribe! Which I cannot wait to try. Originally, I was going to purchase an iPad, because all I wanted was to take notes and keep them all in one place (thought I then found out the iPad doesn't have an app like that yet) and to sketch on the go, both of which this laptop is great for. It's even fun just to play around with and discover everything it does. I suppose, in the end, the best advice I can give is the computer has to match you and your needs. I found this one fits mine perfectly.

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