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David Gaw has an informative, under 9 minute video review of the Toshiba Portege M400 Tablet PC, which is basically a refresh of the M200 line. As an M205 owner for the past 16 months, I was tempted to upgrade to the M400 this spring, but […]

Gaw_m400David Gaw has an informative, under 9 minute video review of the Toshiba Portege M400 Tablet PC, which is basically a refresh of the M200 line. As an M205 owner for the past 16 months, I was tempted to upgrade to the M400 this spring, but I’m really looking to go smaller and lighter on the next go-around. I like how David compared the M400 in so many ways to the M200; in fact, I was surprised to see how little size difference there really is, even with the included optical drive in the M400. A few points that might be unintentionally misleading to non-M200 owners in the video:

  • The M400 has a built in accelerometer that allows screen rotation with a the push of a button; the M205 has the same function.
  • Holding the joystick down on the M400 brings up an easy to use menu of Toshiba apps; same on the M205 today, although there are fewer apps.

These very minor points aside, this is a well-produced and informative video that any potential M400 (or M200) buyer should see. Nice job David!

(via Life on the Wicked Stage)

  1. Tablet PC User Wednesday, April 26, 2006

    Great video review! Now I know that I am NOT going to get an M400…for personal reasons….

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