Computer World: Apple's iPad has gotten off to one of the fastest starts ever for a computer platform, selling a million units in its first month and still going strong. Sure, it's thin, sexy and -- starting at $500 -- relatively affordable, but it's less useful for business users who need to create and/or extensively edit professional documents such as reports, spreadsheets or presentations using a regular keyboard and familiar applications.
Pocket-Lint: PC makers taking a swing at the tablet market tend to go for low-power, lightweight systems to compete with the iPad, but that means they’re giving you a netbook experience at rather more than a netbook price. With the EliteBook 2740p, HP has gone in the other direction; with a Core i5 or i7, 4GB of RAM and a 120GB SSD this is a nicely powerful notebook crammed with handy features - which just happen to include a multitouch screen that you can rotate to turn it into a tablet, plus a Wacom pen for smooth inking.
Tablet-PC-Review: Business users and consumers who want a well-built tablet PC have a few options on the market right now, including models from HP, Lenovo and Dell, among other manufacturers.