The new HP EliteBook apparently is going to run i5 or i7 processors with a capacitive touch screen. ARG OH YEAH.
- i5 of i7 Processor
- Touch Interface Stylus and Touch
- Military Standards High Temperatures, Dust, Vibration, Altitude
- 12.1 Size
Core i5 or Core i7 processor, a reinforced glass screen, and a touch interface that will also work with an included pen. The 2740p (and its non-tablet sibling, the 2540p below) also meet military standards for high temperatures, dust, vibration and altitude, like its tablet predecessor the 2730p. Built-in HP DriveGuard technology also builds some impact resistance into the design.
I use a Gateway Tablet Convertible now for editing and once you get into the groove for using the stylus the whole process becomes quicker and a bit more user friendly.
While everyone is OOHING about the ipad I just keep thinking hey. There is a thing called a convertible tablet that's been around for a while and with the capacitive touch. Why pay for only part of a computer?
Anyway PC tablet heads you'll love this. From a consumer standpoint if you are interested in an IPAD (I still think they are cool.) Take a moment to check out a Tablet PC as well. It might be the computer your really looking for.