Here's our third and last video review of the HP TouchSmart TM2 Windows 7 tablet PC. This is HP's new consumer tablet that should be appearing in stores this month and the price starts at just under a grand. It has both a capacitive touch screen supporting 2 fingers and an active Wacom digitizer with pressure sensitivity. The 12.1 inch LED backlit display is glossy, sharp and clear, though it's not too slippery to use with the included EMR pen.
If you haven't watched our previous video reviews, here's the skinny:
HP TouchSmart video review 1 covers the convertible tablet PC's physical design and we compare with with the HP Envy and the outgoing HP TouchSmart TX2z.
HP TouchSmart video review 2 covers drawing and painting using the pen with Photoshop CS4, Corel Painter 11 and ArtRage. We also look at some of the HP TouchSmart applications and Microsoft's Surface Globe from the included Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7.
Here's our 5 minute video of MS Office inking and more: