In this GBM InkShow, I put the Fujitsu T5010, Fujitsu T2010, and HP TX2051 through their paces. Of course there’s no such thing as a winner in these types of comparisons since each device is dedicated to a separate market. The T5010 is the high-performance beast in this comparison. Running the latest Centrino 2 Duo Core processor and 2GB of the latest DDR3 RAM, the T5010 is simply blazing. The T5010 is the most expensive of the group, but if you’re looking for all out speed in a larger-than-12″ tablet, this is the only way to fly. Its weight is offset by its sheer performance and screen real estate. The T2010 is the ultra-mobile computer of the group, using an ULV processor and weighing in at 3.5 pounds. The T2010’s price is nestled between the T5010 on the high end and the TX2051 on the low end. Battery life and portability reigns supreme with the T2010. The TX2051 is an Entertainment PC with best-of-group speakers and the full array of media buttons. It’s more of a media-centric notebook with tablet functionality built-in, but its exceptional inking capabilities and its touch feature cannot be overlooked. However, its narrow viewing angles is problematic. It’s also the least expensive of the group. Keep in mind the TX2051 has been replaced with the TX2500.
Fujitsu T2010: Intel Centrino Core Duo 1.2GHz ULV Processor running 4GB DDR2 RAM 80GB 5400rpm
Fujitsu T5010: Intel Centrino 2 Core Duo 2.4GHz Processor running 2GB of DDR3 RAM 160GB 5400rpm
HP TX2051: AMD Turion 64 X2 2.4GHz Processor running 4GB of DDR2 RAM 250GB 5400rpm
- I took a look at the T5010 in this InkShow
- Here is Warner, Rob, and Matt’s T2010 vs. HP 2710p Comparison
- Here is Warner and Rob’s look at the TX2051 and Dell XT
- Head on over to Allegiance Technology Partners for a 48-hour trial of Tablet PCs.
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