February has seen a shuffle in our most popular Tablet PC list. The all new Toshiba M400 with Core Duo technology from Intel has appeared in the list. Consequently the older Toshiba M200 was lost. Additionally, we have seen the Fujitsu LifeBook P1500 jump up to #2! Our full review of the P1500 will be up shortly.
Listed here are the top ten “most popular” Tablet PC’s for the month of February based on your input on TabletPCReviewSpot.com. You can check out the full list of the TPCRS most popular tablets here. You can also view the most popular Tablet PC’s list from CNET.com here.
Toshiba Tecra M4 (previously #1)
The Toshiba M4 is the only Tablet PC to date that offers a 14.1″ high-resolution display. The M4 may be custom ordered with the features needed. This machine is literally a portable powerhouse that can handle just about any demanding computing task with ease.
|2.||Fujitsu LifeBook P1500 (previously #7)
At only 2.2 lbs. and just a bit larger than a DVD case, Fujitsu’s P1500 tablet is the ultimate in portablility. Add the bright, crisp 8.9″ display and a functional tiny keyboard and you have a powerful companion to take on the road that won’t slow you down.
|3.||Toshiba Satellite R15 (previously #4)
The Satellite R15 offers a 14.1″ display and overall powerful combination of features at a good price. This model functions as a great “general purpose” laptop/Tablet PC convertible and won’t break the bank.
|4.||Toshiba Portege M400 (new)
The Portege M400 is the first Tablet PC released with Intel Core Duo technology. This tiny powerhouse is easy to carry and delivers on battery life. Take a glimpse into the future with a dual core CPU on this small wonder.
|5.||IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X41 (previously #3)
Weighing in at less than 3 lbs., the ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC exudes the essence of portability. This tablet will please business users who are already familiar with the ThinkPad features and quality that has made IBM/Lenovo a first choice for the mobile professional.
Acer TravelMate C200 Tablet PC (previously #5)
The Acer TravelMate C200 features an innovative sliding display and is available in two distinct configurations. The “souped up” model has Bluetooth, a slot-loading DVD burner, dedicated graphics and a powerful Pentium M processor. For those who love the sleek design, but don’t need all the extra power, a base configuration featuring a Celeron M processor makes the C200 an affordable option.
|7.||HP TC4200 (previously #8)
The HP TC4200 is one of the sturdiest and well-built Tablet PCs on the market. In addition to its powerful processor and fast hard drive, the TC4200 looks sharp and professional for the user who wants to “dress to impress”.
|8.||Acer TravelMate C310 (previously #9)
The Acer C314 features a large 14.1″ display and a unique ergonomic keyboard design. The sturdy build and hefty power make this model a good bet for the student or professional who needs to take their Tablet PC out on the road.
Fujitsu LifeBook T4000 (previously #2)
The T4000 convertible Tablet PC from Fujitsu may be configured to order. Consumers may choose the advanced Atheros or common Intel Centrino wireless from Intel. Fujitsu’s exceptional support ensures trouble-free operation for the end-user.
|10.||Gateway CX Tablet PC (previously #6)|
Falling out of this month’s list:
Toshiba Portege M200 (from #10)
To see our Most Popular Tablet PC list from January go here.