HP Pavilion TX2000z / TX 2105 / TX2110 / TX2120

HP Pavilion tx2000z
Summary: Jan 2008, 12.1″, AMD Turion 64 X2, Convertible Tablet PC

Product Name: HP Pavilion tx2000z TX2000 TX2110 TX2120
Official Page: shopping.hp.com
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Announced: Before CES 2008 (January 3rd 2008)
Available: 18 February 2008
Status: Available for order 5 February 2008
Price: Starting at $1299
Markets: Worldwide, Consumer

Models/Also Known As:
– TX2000z / TX2000 / TX2110 / TX2120
– TX 2105/CT : AMD 64 X2 TK-57 or TL-60 processor.
HP TX2120US :Amazon – $1199 AMD TL-64 X2 (2.2GHz), 4GB Memory, 250GB Hard Drive, Windows Vista Premium
HP TX2110US :Amazon – $980 – AMD TL-62 X2 (2.1GHz), 3GB Memory, 250GB Hard Drive, Windows Vista Premium

Other Models at Amazon.com, etc.:
HP TX2000Z :Amazon “Gold Edition” AMD TL-68 (2.4GHz), 4GB, 320GB SATA, 64-bit Vista Home Premium
HP TX2000Z :Amazon AMD TL-60 (2GHz), 160GB SATA, 2GB Memory, Vista home Premium 64-bit
HP TX2000Z :Amazon AMD TL-64 (2.2GHz), 250GB SATA, 4GB Memory, Vista Business
HP TX2000Z :Amazon AMD TL-62 (2.1GHz), 250GB SATA, 1GB Memory, Vista Home Premium

Related Laptops:
– Being replaced by – HP Pavilion tx2500z
– Replaces HP Pavilion tx1000z

Differences over tx1000z
– Active digitizer
– Larger initial harddrives
– Faster initial CPUs
– Has HP-exclusive “Echo” finish
– Memory starts at 2GB

– Active digitizer
– HP-exclusive “Echo” finish
– Mini remote control for entertainment features
– 64-bit mode with Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition (64-bit)

Manufacturer’s Description:
Decked out in our new “Echo” inlaid design, the ultraportable 4.53 lb1. Pavilion tx2000z is packed with features you’ll love, including its wide, 12.1″ diagonal, high-definition touchscreen. You can handwrite on it with a batteryless, dockable/rechargeable eraser pen, and it also twists for easy viewing of documents and movies in cramped spaces.

HP Pavilion tx2000z

CPU: AMD Dual-Core Turion 64 X2 TL-60 (2GHz), TL-62 (2.1GHz, 1MB L2), TL-64 (2.2GHz, 1MB L2) TL-66 (2.3GHz, 1MB L2), TL-68 (2.4GHz, 1MB L2), TK-57
Front-side Bus: Up to 1.6GHz (depending on processor
Memory: DDR2
Memory Capacity: 2GB – 4GB (2 slotts)

Display: 12.1″ “Brightview” Display
Resolution: 1280×800
Touchscreen: Yes (Active Digitizer)
Widescreen: Yes
Graphics Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150
Graphics Memory: Up to 572MB
Other: VGA Out, TV Out

Hard Drive: 5400rpm: 120GB, 160GB, 250GB, 320GB Serial ATA (SATA)
Optical: SuperMulti 8X DVD+/-R/RW with Double Layer Support or LightScribe SuperMulti 8X Dual-Layer DVD Writer

Wireless: 802.11b/g or 802.11a/b/g/n
Modem: 56K
Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth: Optional
Mobile Broadband: Optional Verizon Wireless V740 ExpressCard

Audio Chipset:
Speakers/Microphone: Integrated Altec Lansing stereo speakers, integrated stereo microphone
Audio I/O: Microphone in
USB: 3x USB 2.0
Firewire: 1x IEEE 1394
PC Card: 1x ExpressCard/34 slot
Flash/Memory Card Reader: 5-in-1 digital media card reader
Other: Webcam, Notebook Expansion Port

Biometric/Fingerprint: Fingerprint reader

Software & Warranty:
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, Vista Business, Vista Ultimate Edition (64-bit)
Other Software: HP PhotoSmart Essentials, Muvee AutoProducer Basic Edition 6.x (with 20-day-trial full version), Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.x, Microsoft Works 9.0, Microsoft Windows Media Player 11, HP Games Powered by Wild Tangent, Cyberlink DVD Suite, Sling Player from Slingbox, the Sims Life Stories laptop edition, Slingbox Flash Tour (Desktop icon only), HP Quickplay, Corel Painter Essentials 3
Warranty: One year hardware parts/labor, one year toll-free 24×7 support, 30 days software support
Drivers: HP.com

Options: 4-cell, 6-cell, or 8-cell Lithium Ion
Battery Life: Some reviews state 3-4 hours with 4-cell, @5 hours with 6-cell

Width: 12.05 inches
Depth: 8.82 inches
Height: 1.23 – 1.52 inches
Weight: 4.3 – 4.53 pounds (varied depending on options)

Reviews and Articles:
TabletPCReview.com – May 13, 2008 – How to do a clean install of Microsoft Windows Vista
Electronista – February 22, 2008
Tablet PC User Review – February 8, 2008
Notebook Review – January 17, 2008