Those of you who’ve read my Tablet PC FAQ know I own a Motion LS 800. I plan to retire it to casual home use and replace it for everyday business use. The primary reason is its performance is anemic, even with 2 GB of RAM and an SSD for a hard drive. I suspect the reason is its processor, a Pentium M ULV (ultra low voltage) 1.1 GHz. Not bad for its day, but now similarly sized tablets use the far more powerful Core 2 Duo processor.
One such tablet is the Fujitsu P1620, a succssor to the my wife’s P1510 also featured in the Tablet PC FAQ. It has the same 8+” screen size as the LS 800, though it is a convertible instead of a slate. The P1620 also has a touch screen with palm rejection technology instead of an active digitizer. John of jkOnTheRun has ordered a P1620 which he should be receiving any day and has promised a review. I am waiting for his review before deciding whether to order the P1620.