Linda Epstein of TabletPC2 has published a review of the Toshiba M400 Tablet PC and it sure looks like a nice Tablet. I am happy to see that the display is viewable outdoors, even though the review unit was not an indoor/ outdoor screen and even more impressive is the 3 hour 29 minute battery life with no power management active.
A good choice for those who want a crisp clear display and built in optical drive. Toshiba continues to provide good value for the price. The Toshiba Protege M400 looks good and it feels good in your hands. The hardware and software configurations make the Tablet PC user experience as easy and friendly as possible and the available accessories make it an excellent choice for users in any setting.
With the design of a notebook and the flexibility of a tablet the Toshiba M400 with the Intel® Core™ Solo Processor is reasonably prices and provides good performance. A perfect machine for the first time tablet user, road warrior or students on the go.
I agree with Linda’s comments about the number of programs Toshiba sets to run in the background by default and found her "con" particularly clever.