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A List of Tablet PC Laptops

written by: M.S. Smith•edited by: Rebecca Scudder•updated: 8/14/2010

Are you looking for a tablet PC laptop? There are a lot of them on the market, but sorting through them can be difficult. This article lists all of the tablet PC laptops that are currently on the market.

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    Tablet PC Laptops

    Are you looking for a tablet PC laptop? You've come to the right place. We can help. Below you will find a list of tablet PC laptops that are available today. These are the products to look at if you're considering a tablet laptop. They are organized by brand.

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    ASUS

    List of tablet PC laptops ASUS only offers two tablets, and they are book netbooks.

    • Eee PC T91MT
    • Eee PC T101MT

    Because both of these are from the Eee PC line they only offer Atom processors. These are not speed demons. However, they're very small - the T91MT has a 8.9 inch display and the T101MT has a 10.1 inch display. They're also priced around $500, making this pair among the least expensive tablets around.

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    Dell

    Dell has a few tablets that are a part of the company's business-oriented line of laptops. They don't offer a consumer-oriented tablet yet.

    • XT2
    • XT2 XFR

    Both of these laptops are 12.1 inch models that ship with Core 2 Duo ultra-low voltage processors. The XT2 is a normal business-oriented laptop, which means it has relatively high rigidity and is meant for frequent travel. The XT2 XFR, on the other hand, is a fully rugged laptop that is meant for use in environments where there is a high risk of damage occurring. The XT2 starts around $2000, while the XFR is around $3000.

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    Fujitsu

    This little-known laptop brand offers a wide variety of tablet products, most of which are oriented towards business users.

    • Fujitsu Lifebook Txxx
    • Fujitsu Lifebook Txxxx
    • Fujtisu Lifebook Pxxxx

    The T series Lifebooks are 12.1 inch and 13.3 inch tablet PC laptops that are meant for business travelers. They offer Core 2 Duo or Core i3/5 processor. The P series Lifebooks are netbook tablets with 8.9 inch displays, however, they don't have Atom processors. Instead they use Core 2 Duo low-voltage processors.

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    HP

    HP Touchsmart tm2 The HP currently offers a single tablet PC laptop, the TouchSmart tm2. This is a consumer oriented product that is meant to provide a high-quality experience at a relatively affordable price. The tm2 starts at about $800 when equipped with a low-voltage Core 2 Duo processor. Upgrades will easily run the price up over a grand, but that is still fairly low for a fully capable tablet PC laptop. The screen size is 12.1 inches.

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    Lenovo

    Lenovo offers two tablets. Some are targeted towards consumers, while others are targeted towards business users.

    • Lenovo Ideapad S10-3t
    • Lenovo X Series tablet

    The Ideapad S10-3t is a convertible netbook tablet with an Atom processor. It is inexpensive, but not quick.

    The Lenovo X series tablets are part of the Thinkpad line. They are serious business tablet PC laptops that are built to survive harsh day-to-day usage by people who are constantly on the go. The X201 tablet is the only one currently available, and it comes standard with a 12.1" screen and a Core i5 processor. You'll pay for the power and durability, however - this tablet is usually at least $1500.

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    Panasonic

    Panasonic Toughbook Tablet Panasonic makes a line of laptops called the Toughbook. These laptops are ultra-rugged products designed for people who use computers in an environment that would kill normally laptops quickly. They offer a number of products.

    • Toughbook C1
    • Toughbook 19
    • Toughbook H1 Field/Health
    • Toughbook U1

    The Toughbook C1 and 19 are rugged laptops that are built in a fairly standard convertible tablet style. They're much thicker and heavier than a normal laptop due to the extra rigidity of the chassis and the durability features included.

    The Toughbook H1 Field/Health and U1 are speciality tablet PC laptops that are not convertible - they're always a tablet. They're meant for use in situations where a touch screen is the easiest way to input information.

    All of these laptops are extremely expensive, generally running over $3000.