HP Compaq TC1100
The HP Compaq TC1100 was a Tablet PC sold by Hewlett-Packard. It featured either an Intel Celeron or an Intel Pentium M chip set, with up to 2GB memory. The screen can be flipped over and rotated to turn it from a tablet into a small form-factor laptop. The TC1100 was the last tablet computer from HP in this style.
The TC1100 has six customizable controls: three physical buttons along the side of the unit, and three stylus-sensitive spots in the bezel of the display. In addition, there is a "jog dial" in line with the physical buttons, which can be used for scrolling or zooming, as controlled by software.
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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