Top 10 Tablet PCs of September 2007

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Welcome to the monthly listing of the "Top 10 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.

The HP tx1000 and Lenovo X61 are still holding strong at the number one and two spots. While, the not even released, Dell Latitude XT still holds on to third. There were no new contenders this month, just a little shuffling of places. Since the back to school season brought out a new line-up of tablets, we will have to wait and see what the Holidays bring. Maybe some of the new updated tablets will make their way onto the list. Some of our user favorites still remain on the list including the Asus R1, Sony Vaio UX and Toshiba M400. As I mentioned before they don’t seem to be going anywhere, but coming in at number 11 was the Asus R2H and number 12 was the Fujitsu T2010, so maybe they will be able to shake things up next month.

 

1. HP Pavilion tx1000 (Previously #2) – The HP Pavilion tx1000 is a Tablet PC notebook convertible. HP refers to it as an entertainment notebook that includes media control buttons, dual headphone jacks, a touch screen that works with any stylus or your fingertip and a new high-gloss finished 12.1" screen. It’s powered by an AMD Turion X2 processor, which provides enough power for watching movies or listening to music. HP Pavilion tx1000 Reviews / HP Pavilion tx1000 Opinions tx1000
2. Lenovo (IBM) ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC (Previously #1) – 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
3. Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC (Still #3) – Dell’s first Tablet PC has already made its way onto our "Top 10 list" and it hasn’t even been released yet. Those users eagerly awaiting 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 supposed to be extremely lightweight, have a 12.1" widescreen display and be based off Intel’s Santa Rosa platform. Dell Latitude XT Reviews / Dell Latitude XT Opinions
4. Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 (Still #4) – The T4220 Tablet PC is a refresh of the current T4215, a 4.3 pound ultra-light and convertible notebook that runs on the Santa Rosa platform. It is designed for mobile professionals who need note-taking abilities via pen input as well as the traditional keyboard input of a standard notebook and the 12.1" screen can be turned in both directions thanks to the industry’s first bi-directional hinge. Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 Reviews / Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 Opinions
5. Asus R1 Tablet PC (Previously #6) – The Asus R1F 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 R1
6. HP Compaq 2710p (Previously #5) – Starting at only 3.6 lbs and 1.11" thin, the HP Compaq 2710p offers you the functionality of an ultra-light notebook plus the flexibility of an ultra-slim tablet. It runs on a 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo processor from the Santa Rosa platform. The 12.1-inch diagonal widescreen Illumi-Lite display provides for a lighter and more energy efficient notebook, providing improved battery life, compared to past generation Tablet PC’s. The chemically-strengthened glass top provides improved durability and a superior writing experience. HP Compaq 2710p Reviews / HP Compaq 2710p Opinions
7. Toshiba Portege M400 (Still #7) – The Portege M400 was the first Tablet PC released with Intel Core Duo technology. This tiny powerhouse is easy to carry and delivers on battery life. Mobile productivity goes even further with rigorously engineered Toshiba EasyGuard technology designed for optimal reliability, security, connectivity and optimization in any mobile setting. Ideal for mobile users due to size, battery life and of course the dual core CPU. Toshiba Portege M400 Reviews / Toshiba Portege M400 Opinions m400
8. Sony VAIO UX Micro PC (Previously #10) – 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. Sony VAIO UX Micro PC ReviewsSony VAIO UX Micro PC Opinions
9. HP TC4400 (Still #9) – The HP Compaq TC4400 is one of the sturdiest and well-built Tablet PCs on the market. In addition to its powerful Core 2 Duo processor and fast hard drive, the TC4400 looks sharp and professional. HP TC4400 ReviewsHP TC4400 Opinions hp
10. Samsung Q1 UMPC (Previously #8) – The Samsung Q1 is making some kind of come back returning to the list for the first time this year. Maybe it’s due to all the improvements that have been made to this sleek UMPC. The Samsung Q1 features an Intel Celeron processor, 512MB of RAM, 40GB hard drive, and a 7-inch widescreen. The Q1 also runs Windows Tablet PC OS. Samsung Q1 UMPC Reviews / Samsung Q1 UMPC Opinions

 

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