Welcome to the monthly listing of the “Most Popular Tablet PCs”. This report is compiled based on the number of views each product page receives, so every time someone clicks on a product they’re giving it a vote in that months rankings.
These rankings don’t necessarily indicate which models are the best selling, just which ones TabletPCReview readers are most interested in learning about.
HP still holds the number one spot with the tx2500, which comes as no surprise, many users love this tablet due to the price and features offered. As I mentioned last month, we would have some new comers this month and I was right. The Lenovo ThinkPad X200 claims second and is new to the list along with HP’s updated 2730p, which comes in at number four. A few shifting of spots this month and the newly released Fujitsu T5010 falls to number three, but Fujitsu has many more tablet releases up their sleeves, so expect more updates to come from them. So stay tuned for the newest releases because we will have all the latest news for this upcoming holiday season.
|1. HP Pavilion tx2500 (Still #1) – The HP Pavilion tx2500z tablet features an AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology processor, up to 4GB DDR2 system memory, ATI Mobile Radeon HD 3200 integrated graphics and a 12.1″ WXGA touchscreen/active digitizer display. It still maintains the same solid design and features as its predecessor, the tx2000 as well. HP Pavilion tx2500 Reviews / HP Pavilion tx2500 Opinions|
|2. Lenovo ThinkPad X200 (New) – The Lenovo X200 is a solid ThinkPad. It has the same plain black signature design and a solid keyboard and display. The ThinkPad X200 features an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Windows Vista Business, 12.1″ WideView Standard WXGA display and a 80GB hard drive. It’s a business focused tablet, great for note-taking though. Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Reviews / Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Opinions|
|3. Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Tablet PC (Previously #2) – The LifeBook T5010 Tablet PC features a 13.3″ WXGA widescreen display with active digitizer, built-in modular bay, integrated wireless access and Intel Centrino 2 Processor Technology. This business focused tablet is great for taking notes and giving presentations. Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Reviews / Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Opinions|
|4. HP EliteBook 2730p (New) – The HP EliteBook 2730p is an update to the 2710p tablet. It still has that great stainless steel look and solid design. The 2730p features Intel Core 2 Duo processors, up to 4GB of memory, up to 120GB 5400 rpm 1.8-inch SATA II hard drive and a 12.1-inch Illumi-Lite WXGA UWVA anti-glare display. A good travel companion tablet. HP EliteBook 2730p Reviews / HP EliteBook 2730p Opinions|
|5. Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC (Previously #4) – Dell’s first Tablet PC has climbed its way right to the top of our list since its release. Users can expect the Latitude Tablet PC to be modeled after Dell’s popular Latitude line-up of notebooks, which comes as no surprise. It is extremely lightweight, has a 12.1″ LED backlight widescreen display and is powered by a 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo processor. Dell Latitude XT Reviews / Dell Latitude XT Opinions|
|6. Lenovo (IBM) ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC (Previously #3) – The ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC is a 12.1″ tablet that has a Core 2 Duo processor built from the Santa Rosa platform and Intel GMA X3100 graphics. Only weighing in at 3.8-pounds this mighty tablet has a solid chassis and design, making it ideal for students or mobile professionals. It still maintains that same matte black appearance as its predecessor, the ThinkPad X60. IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Reviews / IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Opinions|
|7. Sony VAIO UX Micro PC (Previously #5) – Enjoy having digital entertainment at your fingertips with the VAIO UX Micro PC. So small and lightweight, this full-functioning PC is designed for productivity on the go. With a 4.5″ wide SVGA screen and Core Solo 1.2GHz processor. It also comes available now with SSD drives. Sony VAIO UX Micro PC Reviews / Sony VAIO UX Micro PC Opinions|
|8. Toshiba Portege M700 (Still #8) – The Portege M700 Tablet PC has a 12.1-inch diagonal widescreen LED Backlit Display with digital pen support, optional touch capability and anti-glare display for indoor/outdoor viewing. The Portege M700 offers a smooth transition from notebook to Tablet PC with powerful Intel Centrino Pro processor technology and support for wireless 802.11a/g/n, making it a highly mobile standard for productivity. Toshiba Portege M700 Reviews / Toshiba Portege M700 Opinions|
|9. Asus R1 Tablet PC (Still #9) – The Asus R1 Series offers a wide aspect of visual enjoyment while remaining compact for high mobility. The 180-degree convertible 13.3″ LCD screen allows for easy presentation and data sharing during meetings or at gatherings. The Core 2 Duo processor, which is optional packs a punch as well. Data privacy is also protected with exclusive security features as well as built-in fingerprint modules. Asus R1 Reviews / Asus R1 Opinions|
|10. HP Pavilion tx2000 (Previously #7) – The HP Pavilion tx2000 is a convertible Tablet PC notebook that comes equipped with an AMD Turion 64X 2 processor. The tx2000 has both a touchscreen and Wacom digitizer, which is an upgrade from its predecessor, the tx1000, which only had a passive screen. The tx2000 is still an entertainment tablet great for watching DVDs or listening to music. It features plenty of multi-media buttons, a remote control and Altec Lansing speakers. HP Pavilion tx2000 Reviews / HP Pavilion tx2000 Opinions|
Falling off the Most Popular list this month is the:
- Fujitsu LifeBook T2010 (Previously #10)
To view last month’s “Top 10” list click here: Most Popular Tablet PCs of September 2008. And remember, to get advice on which tablet to buy don’t just go with what’s popular, visit our What Tablet PC Should I Buy forum to ask what everyone else thinks you should buy based on your needs.