ESgarbi said:

To be honest I never wanted a tablet until I got mine at the Pdc and I truly enjoy it and use it a lot.

I remember people saying that it was under $800 but Im not sure:

http://www.microsoftpdc.com/tablet

FWIW: The PDC Tablet PC isn't actually a "Tablet PC" per se. The included stylus doesn't have passive electronics in it. There are elements to using a Tablet PC that you can't experience on this machine, such as stylus hover (without touch), press and hold for right click, and high quality handwriting digitization.

 

As for Tablets (I love them BTW, I have a Motion M1200, HP HC1000, and HP TX2) here are some recent tablets to take a look at. These are also all multitouch as well as being Tablet PC's. I'm including the multitouch tech type, since that matters to many of us and isn't always easy to discern on a product page.

 

Acer 1820PT (capacitive touch)

Asus PCT101MT (resistive touch)

Dell Latitude XT (capacitive touch)

Dell Latitude XT2 (capacitive touch)

Fujitsu Lifebook T4310 (capacitive touch)

Fujitsu Lifebook T4410 (capacitive touch)

Fujitsu Lifebook 5010 (capacitive touch)

Fujitsu T900 (capacitive touch)

Fujitsu TH700 (capacitive touch)

Fujitsu T730 (capacitive touch)

Gigabyte T1000P (capacitive touch)

HP TouchSmart TX2 (capacitive touch)

HP TM2 (capacitive touch)

HP 2740P (capacitive touch)

Lenovo ThinkPad X201 (capacitive touch)

Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3T (capacitive touch)

Panasonic CF-U1 (resistive touch)

 

I think I'm going to do an all-up post on C9 soon on all the multitouch/tablet devices that have recently come out. Keep an eye out.