Just saw a review on the new i3 TM2 on engadget

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  1. krighton

    krighton Pen Pal - Newbie

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    they're saying it weighs 4.72lbs and the response opening files is sluggish...is there any chance the press version they received is not the one that's being released enmasse....i thought the weight was supposed to be lighter on this one.
     
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    I was just about to post this you beat me to it. Still waiting for it to be updated on the hp site.
     
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    Rorytmeadows posted it over the TM2 Processor Update thread.

    It's a very poor review overall, I would wait for another source before jumping into conclusions, they don't even compare it to the old TM2.

    I mean, she complains about the battery bump. Seriously.
     
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    "As we mentioned above, the only sluggishness we saw with the tm2 was when working in the TouchSmart software. Other than that, the new Intel ultra-low voltage 1.2GHz Core i3 330U and 3GB of RAM kept the Windows 7 Home Premium machine humming at a brisk pace. Running Firefox with seven open tabs, Word 2010 Starter, TweetDeck, Skype and Digsby simultaneously showed no performance hit. Our $919 review unit had a 7,200rpm 500GB hard drive." - quoted from engadget's review.
     
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    Its not sluggish, HP TouchSmart software layer IS.
    So far looks like best tablet-convertible under 1000$ to me :)
     
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