Toshiba Tecra M7 is a convertible Tablet PC cum notebook computer. Toshiba Tecra M7 laptop with tablet computing capabilities features Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology on Intel Core Duo Processor T2400, 14.1″ WXGA+ TFT LCD Display (1440 x 900) with high brightness and Wide View Angle plus Digitizer function, NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110M with TurboCache graphic card, 5400rpm Serial-ATA hard disk, DVD Super Multi (Double Layer) optical drive, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, SM BIOS compliant, integrated microphone, HD Audio support, and runs on Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. The convertible Tablet PC laptop measures 348 x 260 x 39.9 mm. Tecra M7 series has a few models available.

Toshiba Tecra M7

Tablet PC Review Spot (link dead) reviews Toshiba Tecra M7-ST4013 and concludes that “this computer is a great machine for just about anyone. It is powerful, easy to use, and priced to compete with the other computers out there. I highly recommend it.” The good points are portability, power and good customer support while bad points are could have had a better battery life, lack of recovery disks and junk software included.

For full review, TabletPCReview concludes that the Tecra M7 is a well-made, easy to use, good machine. I highly recommend the Tecra M7 to anyone who is in the market of buying a Tablet PC. The price will compete with any other Tablets on the market. The M7 is a great contender for consideration by consumers seeking a “desktop replacement” type of Tablet PC. The Tecra comes across as a business class computer with consumer-friendly features. Whether it’s features like a nice widesreen format display to watch DVDs or high-level biometric security that you seek in a Tablet PC, the M7 has combined a great mix in offerings all in one moderately priced package.

Channel Insider (link dead) concludes that Toshiba’s Tecra M7 is for users who want a good notebook system with some tablet functionality. Weighing in at almost 6 pounds and sporting a 14.1-inch widescreen display, the Tecra M7 is large and powerful enough for everyday computing, but it lacks the battery performance of its competitors.