HP is eager to prove that it’s still in touch with your mobile computing requirements, so it’s launched a convertible notebook with a touch-sensitive display. The TX2’s display can be rotated by 180° to let you to use it as either a traditional notebook or as a tablet PC. Only a fingertip’s required to navigate your way around …
My first thought was...
...the protective film on the case is peeling badly. Is it supposed to look like that?
Yup, thats deliberate
They even shelled out a lot of money for the design. Just be glad they dropped the idea of a special (as in the special olympics...) womans edition, that would have been atrocious...
And believe me, it looks even worse after you had a chance to leave some fingerprints on it (especially the display - always keep some cleaning fluid close by)
In case you haven't noticed, HP's been putting those swirly prints and whatnot on the their laptops for at least a year now, longer than Dell's been doing it to their own laptops.
My coat's the one with the cotton gloves, great for glossy screens and glossy laptop cases.
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