HP has always targeted the consumer market through its Pavilion line of laptops. In the tablet PC space, it has done this with its TX1000 tablet PC. Earlier today, HP announced an upgrade to that much-loved tablet PC with the TX2000.
This one has an active digitizer, touch capabilities, a glossy widescreen (1280x800), the AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual Core processor, and NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 graphics card. The best part: compared to the recent Dell offering, it's not that expensive which means it'll appeal to students in particular and the consumer market in general.