OnTheRun with Tablet PCs #17 features a discussion of the Toshiba M400 Tablet PC (that’s also an ultraportable convertible – having both a Tablet PC interface and a physical keyboard). The M400 has generated a lot of interested, as it’s one of the first small notebooks/tablets to utilize Intel’s new CPU, the Centrino/Core Duo.
Craig Pringle has more first-hand information of the Toshiba Portege M400 The M400 is one of the very first ultraportablte notebooks to have Intel’s new CPU, the Core Duo.
This time, he took a look at battery life, saying at worst with the M400 you can expect 3 hours running time. Turning down the brightness and tweaking the power settings using the Toshiba Power Management tool I would expect that you could stretch this to over 4 (have not tried it).
Craig Pringle has posted a hands on review on his blog, of the Toshiba Portege M400 Tablet PC, one of the ultraportable “convertibles” – having both Tablet PC functionality as well as a physical keyboard. The M400 is one of the first ultraportablte notebooks to have Intel’s new CPU, the Core Duo. It has a 12.1″ display, normally XGA, but apparently there is a BTO option of a widescreen display.
Toshiba has recently updated the specifications for their new Tablet PC/Convertible Notebook, the M400. This is shaping up to be one of the hottest ultraportable Tablet PC convertibles around (having both a physical keyboard as well as Tablet PC functionality).
Combine the 4GB of memory, high resolution display, Firewire connection, SATA harddrive, and DVD burner, and you have an ultraportable video or photo editing machine.