With all the new Tablet PC releases, what are users looking for? It can be overwhelming if you are in the market for a new Tablet PC, especially right now with all the new models making their debut. For instance the recently released Lenovo ThinkPad X61 has already moved its way to number five on our "Most Popular Tablet PCs" list and the upcoming Dell Latitude Tablet was one of our recent "Forum Hot Topic Discussions."
Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC on the right, X61s non-Tablet on the left.
Many users know exactly what they are looking for, but some do not and the introduction of all these newer (updated) models may get a little confusing. For starters the Santa Rosa announcement stirred things up by adding new processors to our favorite Tablets like the Fujitsu T4215, which is now followed by the Fujitsu T4220 and the Lenovo ThinkPad X60, which is now followed by the ThinkPad X61.
Many users are wondering what the differences are between these Tablets and if they should wait to buy the newest model. If you are one of these users looking for answers then check out the What Tablet PC Should I Buy Forum. Answers to every question imaginable are here. Your decision should really depend on what you will be using your Tablet PC for. Don’t get me wrong, these new Tablets are great and probably the way to go for many users, I just recommend you do a little research first.
Listed below are some of TabletPCReview’s most popular threads and responses in the What Tablet PC Should I Buy Forum:
- Buying my first tablet, perhaps the HP Pavilion tx1000?
- I can’t decide between the Lenovo X61T or Fujitsu T4220
- Santa Rosa or not?
- Fujitsu vs Lenovo vs HP
- Finepoint vs Wacom / Gateway CX210 vs Asus R1F
- What is a good Art/Gaming Tablet PC?
- Best Tablet PC for Photoshop Artist? AKA What should I buy?
- Fujitsu T4215 vs Lenovo X60T
- Wait for Santa Rosa?
- I want a tablet PC that can run World of Warcraft
Topping the list of important factors when buying a Tablet PC are the processor, screen size, Wacom or touchscreen and of course price. Everyone wants a good deal for their buck and many users have found this to be true with HP’s tx1000 Tablet PC, which currently resides at number one on our "Most Popular Tablet PC" list.
Once you research exactly what you want from your Tablet, whether it be a 12.1" touchscreen or a 13.3" screen with Wacom and you decide what you will be using it for school, note-taking or work, then you can find the manufacturer of your next Tablet PC. Trust me, you have plenty of choices from Asus, Fujitsu, Gateway, HP, Lenovo, Toshiba and now Dell one of them will have your dream Tablet boxed and ready to ship.