This is named as HP Pavillion Entertainment PC. I can tell you that it really is what HP wants it to be. Even though it is quite a lot like Tablet PC, it just deserves to call Entertainment PC better. Getting to know this series a bit. It started at HP tx1000 which is based on AMD Turion X2 platform with a swivel screen & touch, passive digitizer, as a plus. I don't know that much detail about this, then later HP decided to add a Wacom active digitizer to this series and named as tx2000. I think that's the only significant new thing. Later on, AMD has released PUMA platform: New Turion X2 Ultra (faster) together with new integrated display card--ATi Radeon HD3200. That's going to be real significant performance boost, especially in gaming area. The question is whether the worst area of AMD platform, power consumption, improve? It's hardly to believe getting better performance and lower power consumption at the same time. You will see later on.

I have 2 systems of this model; one with the normal configuration and another one with almost max-out everything. You will see what you will get from extra bucks upgrading it as well.

CPU AMD Turion X2 RM-70 (2.0GHz) AMD Turion Ultra ZM-86 (2.4GHz)
Operating System Vista Home Premium 32-bit
Display 12" WXGA (1280x800) Multi-Touch Glossy finished Screen
Memory 2GB (2*1GB) PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
Graphic card ATi Radeon HD3200
Chipset AMD 780G + ATi SB700
Hard Drive 250GB 5400rpm SATA 320GB 5400rpm SATA
CD/DVD drive SuperMulti 8X DVD+/-R/RW with Double Layer Support
Networking 802.11G, Gigabit LAN
Extra Webcam, Array Mic, WMC remote Webcam, Array Mic, Fingerprint, WMC remote
Battery 6-cell battery (53 Wh) 8-cell battery (73 Wh)
Hard Drive 250GB 5400rpm SATA 320GB 5400rpm SATA
Dimension (LWH) 8.82" x 12.05" x 1.23-1.52"
Weight (lbs) 4.59 4.7
Power adapter 65W (PA-1650-02H)
Price $699 $904

What surprise me a lot is adapter is the same as 15" HP laptop and the battery is quite big, even the smallest one. As I know, it would not provide enough juice for even 3 hours. Will see if this is true. Here is some photos before getting to build & design:-

HP Pavillion tx2500z - box HP Pavillion tx2500z - everything HP Pavillion tx2500z - accessories HP Pavillion tx2500z - lid finish HP tx2500z - exactly how it comes HP tx2500z - pretty good looking HP tx2500z: Echo Imprint Finish HP tx2500z: quite good keyboard HP tx2500z: back panel HP tx2500z: swivel screen Dell Latitude XT (top), Thinkpad X61T, HP tx2500z (bottom): adapter Dell Latitude XT (top), Thinkpad X61T, HP tx2500z (bottom): adapter