|Screen Size||12.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||2.2 GHz AMD Turion 64 X2|
|RAM||4 GB DDR2|
|Hard Drive||320 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon HD|
|Card Description||Radeon HD 3200 Graphics|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1982 MB|
|Wireless Type||802.11abg, 802.11 a/b/g/n, 802.11A|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
HP Touchsmart TX2 12.1-Inch Notebook
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- AMD Turion(TM) X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-74 (2.2GHz, L2 Cache) (2.2GHz)
- ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics, 12.1" Diagonal WXGA High-Definition HP BrightView Widescreen Integrated Touch-screen
- Screen lets you write, draw, and erase (pen included); convertible display (1280 x 800) rotates 180 degrees and folds flat
- Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN, Integrated webcam and digital microphone
- Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit
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Product Features 12.1" Diagonal WXGA High-Definition HP BrightView Widescreen Integrated Touch-screen, Convertible Display (1280 x 800). Panel rotates 180 degrees and folds flat. Rechargeable Digitizer for handwriting capture included ATI Radeon? HD 3200 Graphics with 64 Display Cache Memory AMD M780G with 64MB GDDR2 (sideport memory) with up to 1982MB total graphics memory LightScribe SuperMulti 8X DVD?R/RW with Double Layer Support 320GB (5400RPM) Hard Drive (SATA), 4096MB DDR2 System Memory (2 Dimm); Max supported =4096MB Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN & Bluetooth Processor, Memory, and Motherboard Hardware Platform: PC Processor: 2.2 GHz AMD Turion 64 Number of Processors: 2 RAM: 4000 MB RAM Type: DDR2 SDRAM Hard Drive Size: 320 GB Manufacturer: Portable Type: Serial ATA Graphics and Display Graphics RAM: 64 MB Ports and Connectivity Modem: Fax / modem Cases and Expandability Size (LWH): 8.82 inches, 12.5 inches, 1.23 inches Weight: 6 pounds Product Description More than just a Tablet PC, the HP TouchSmart tx2-1020us laptop is the world's first multi-touch consumer laptop, enabling the use of two fingers to navigate HP's entertainment MediaSmart applications. You can also surf the Web and use applications intuitively by touching the screen with a finger. The tx2 is also a true Tablet PC, allowing you to fold the display flat for writing and drawing with the included pen. For multimedia mavens on the go, the tx2 tablet PC is light enough to take anywhere and is a great resource for showing presentations thanks to its 180-degree swiveling 12.1-inch touchscreen display. Weighing just 4.33 pounds, the tx2-1020us delivers the same screen resolution and performance as a 15.4-inch notebook. Dual headphone jacks enable you to share films and music without disturbing others, and the included HP Mini Remote Control can be stored in the ExpressCard slot. This stylish laptop features a high-gloss HP Imprint finish, which is more durable...
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When it worked properly, I really liked it. However, it seems that motherboard failures related to heat build-up are common in this line. Shame on you, HP!
Well, I had it up and running for a little bit, just to have it go out one day after I closed it (put it to sleep) to run out somewhere for a moment. Suddenly, I remembered I had to do something else. I opened the computer to see flashing lights (I think the CAPS and maybe two other lights). I tried pressing buttons--no response. I tried turning it off (it went off), then turned it back on--same thing, just flashing lights. So finally, I decided to do an internet search by entering my computer's symptoms, only to come across a huge number of reviews/complaints of people with the EXACT SAME ISSUE. Not only that, they had done things the exact same way (computer went to sleep and they couldn't wake it back up). I read review after review--complaint after complaint. The most disappointing thing was that everyone had the same issue--HP didn't care. They would not fix it or even acknowledge it as an issue with these computers. Most people were like me and out of warranty.
Well, HP wasn't going to help, so I went to good old, trusty Youtube to find a solution. Amazingly, there were several videos of people either replacing motherboards in the computer, or taking the computer a part and adding silver compound and a penny to rectify the problems, sometimes. Unfortunately, after CAREFULLY/METICULOUSLY taking my computer apart and trying the fix, my computer was not fixed. Although I was able to move the majority of my files on to my external hard drive, previously--I had since bought some songs on itunes in between updating my back up and when it died on me. I guess the only way I'll see those files again is if I purchase an enclosure for my internal hard drive or something else to get my files off. How disappointing is that?! The computer that keeps on costing! As someone who believed in HP products and had an HP desktop in high school and a lap top in college that lasted me quite a while, I am very disappointed in my experience with this computer and with HP's customer service when it came to resolving this issue. I'm also disappointed that HP sees this computer is defective, yet they've made ZERO strides to resolve this issue. Needless to say--after years of me and my family purchasing HP and Compaq products, we'll never lay a hand on another. DO NOT BUY THIS COMPUTER! It'll be the worst mistake you've ever made! It currently serves as the most expensive paperweight I've ever seen.
It's a bit heavy to use as a tablet. That combined with the overheating issue limits the usefulness as a tablet.
Now running with Windows 7 and and after a firmware update it touchscreen accepts two touchpoints, which is fine by me.
The touchscreen is capacative and there is a stylus as well. I use it mainly to go through my language program and am able to use the laptop as a touchpad and only use my fingers or stylus on the screen.
There was a problem, the fan became very loud and I almost wanted to sell the laptop. But I thought it over and realized that it was on high capacity, so the processor was on high speed all the time. After putting the laptop into power saving mode, the noise was gone. The fan turns on occasionally and not at it's highest speed. The laptop is fast enough for my needs and the few games I run on it go smoothly.
Even though the screen is small, it is nice to watch movies on (especially since it doesn't have a shiny surface)..
All in all..I would recommend this laptop to anyone who thinks of buying it.
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