The Gadgeteer has a review of Toshiba’s ultraportable “convertible” Portege M200 Tablet PC. As James Kendrick points out, it’s a good review as the person reviewing it has never used a Tablet PC before. Whenever I say convertible, I’m talking about a notebook that has both a physical keyboard, as well as the ability to change into a Tablet PC, complete with Microsoft’s Tablet PC version of Windows XP.
The M200 has been around for a while (and was recently replaced by the Intel Centrino/Core Duo-powered Toshiba M400 Tablet PC), and is a fairly mature platform (and can probably be had for a low price now). It’s powered by a Pentium M 1.7GHz or 1.8GHz CPU, has a 12.1-inch display, and weighs in at around 4.5 pounds.