The folks of TabletPCReview.com have made a top of the most popular tablet PCs of January, but this list still applies to the current time of the year, we guess. The report relies on the site’s total pageviews that each product received over the past month. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the tablets are the best selling or best performing, but only that they’re popular devices.
Lenovo ThinkPad X200 took the cake in January and we’re really curious to see the number one of February, once the month ends. The X200 was previously number 2 on a similar list and you have to know that this is a solid device with a solid keyboard and a great design.
It features an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, runs Windows Vista Business, relies on a 12.1 inch WideView Standard WXGA display and an 80GB HDD. Business tablet all the way!
The second spot went to HP EliteBook 2730p, previously ranked number 4. This device is an update to the 2710p tablet and it comes with a great stainless steel look, solid design, Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs, up to 4GB memory and up to 120GB 540 ROM 1.8 inch SATA II HDD.
The display is a 12.1 inch Illumi-Lite WXGA UWVA anti-glare screen.
Coming up third is Asus Eee PC T91, an ultraportable tablet sporting an 8.9 inch display, an Intel Atom processor, TV tuner, GPS and up to 16GB SSD storage. Samsung Q1UP-V is another very portable device, number 4 on the list, using an Intel Core Solo CPU (ULV U1500), a 7 inch display and Windows Vista Business.
Number 5 is Dell Latitude XT2, previously number 6 in a similar top 10, featuring a 12.1 inch display with multitouch support, up to 5GB DDR3 system memory, a full size keyboard, integrated fingerprint reader and your choice of 4, 6 or 9 cell batteries. Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 is up next, with a 13.3 inch WXGA widescreen display, an Intel Centrino 2 CPU and a built-in modular bay.
Number 7 is HP TouchSmart tx2z, a convertible tablet with a 12.1 touch display, a digital pen, 3GB of memory (up to 8GB available), a webcam, an AMD dual core CPU, wireless Internet card and DVD burner. Armor X10 reached the eighth spot on the list and you have to know that this is a rugged tablet with an Intel Core Duo Mobile CPU, a 2.5 inch HDD, WiFi and a 10.4 inch LCD display.
Fujitsu LifeBook T1010 is number 9, featuring an Intel Centrino 2 processor, a 13.3 inch WXGA display, Windows Vista Business Service Pack 1 and up to 2GB DDR3 1066 SDRAM memory. Yet another LifeBook model ends the top 10, the T2020, weighing 3.5lbs and featuring a 12.1 inch touchscreen display. It runs Vista, integrates a finger print sensor, a Smart Card slot and spill-resistant keyboard.