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Tablet owners long for powerful machines as much as anybody and with the introduction of the Toshiba M400 Tablet PC we can now find all the power we need.  The M400 has a dual core CPU that to quote Barry Doyle of the TabletPCReviewSpot, is “FAST”.  […]

Toshiba M400Tablet owners long for powerful machines as much as anybody and with the introduction of the Toshiba M400 Tablet PC we can now find all the power we need.  The M400 has a dual core CPU that to quote Barry Doyle of the TabletPCReviewSpot, is “FAST”.  That’s his quotes, not mine.  Barry has written a thorough review of the M400 with photos and benchmarks that backs up his statement that the M400 is FAST.  I believe Toshiba is touting the M400 as Vista ready so this might be the Tablet PC that can take you into the future.  I know I really like the M400 and it’s no compromise feature list.  Of course, I wish it had an option for dedicated graphics but with the fast CPU it might not be needed.  Good review so check it out.

Tablet PC MVP Craig Pringle has also published a thorough review of the M400 too which you can find here.

  1. My LE1600 handles Vista well but I’m wondering if Vista will be out before Motion releases its next model?

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  2. I don’t know if you would call this an indepth review, but I’ve posted my thoughts about the Toshiba M400 here: http://istartedsomething.blogspot.com/2006/03/toshiba-portege-m400-tablet-pc-review.html
    And with a followup post here: http://istartedsomething.blogspot.com/2006/04/where-m400-lacks.html

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  3. I’ve got a M400 (T2300 version).
    The video card – Intel 945GM – can’t manage to output a 1680×1050 resolution even with the monitor drivers. So, be careful before buy this laptop if you have wide monitor.
    With the Vbios from Toshiba you can’t choose 1680×1050 mode and when you call customer service they don’t really help you for this problem.

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