All have Atom Z2760 CPU, 2GB RAM and SSD.
Asus VivoTab TF810Chttp://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Asus-VivoTab-TF810C-Convertible.88430.0.html
Dell Latitude 10 tablethttp://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Dell-Latitude-10-Tablet.88933.0.html
Samsung ATIV Smart PChttp://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Samsung-ATIV-Smart-PC-XE500T1C-Convertible.86558.0.html
Thinkpad Tablet 2http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Lenovo-ThinkPad-Tablet-2-Wi-Fi-Tablet.89867.0.html
HP Envy x2http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-HP-Envy-x2-11-g000eg-Tablet.87799.0.html2012 models
ASUS EeePC 1011CXhttp://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Asus-Eee-PC-1011CX-Netbook.74216.0.html
Asus EEPC X101CHhttp://liliputing.com/2012/03/asus-eee- ... -look.html
+ possibly some other EeePC models since 2012.
Nav 13xhttp://netbooknavigator.com/index.php?o ... Itemid=208Not available anymore as new:
Dell Inspiron Mini 10 and 10v (Minis 9 and 12 no more available as new)
10 inch netbooks.
Sony Vaio P
8 inch netbook
10 inch netbook
9 inch tablethttp://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Asus-Eee-PC-T91-MT-Tablet.24438.0.html
Dell Inspiron Mini 9
9" screen, Intel Atom CPU, 512mb-1gb Ram, 4-16gb SSD
It's fanless and has SSD, so it should be completely silent.
Samsung Q40 (12" widescreen, external optical)
Available with SSD in Hongkong.
Panasonic Toughbook W5 (12", internal optical)
Also T5 (12" touchscreen), R6 (10"), CF-51 and many other toughbooks are fanless. New dual-core 5-series models and W7/R7/T7/Y7 models have a fan.
Fujitsu Lifebook P7120 (10.6" widescreen, internal optical)
Motion computing M1200, M1300 and M1400 were fanless tablets. M1400 had 1.1ghz Pentium M ULV cpu and wide viewing angle display.
Nec Versa pro VY11F/GL-R and possibly some other models were/are fanless tablets.
Acer Travelmate C110-C112 were fanless centrino tablets.
Sony Vaio X505 was fanless small centrino laptop.
Samsung Q30 is also fanless, but replaced by Q40. Dell latitude X1 (re-branded Q30) is fanless, but not available anymore.
Toughbook W2-W4 and single core W5 were fanless, propably same for early T2-T5 and Y2-Y4 models.
Lifebook P7120 is still available, but it's being replaced by P7230 which has a fan. It's starting to disappear from retailers.
There are some devices with VIA/other CPUs out there, but the performance is poor compared to Intel CPUs.
Wyse has fanless "thin client" laptops, i don't know if you can install regular hard drive or SSD in those.Obsolete:
NEC ShieldPro FC-N21S is a 12" inch fanless rugged tablet with 1.2ghz Core Solo, 1gb RAM and 60gb HDD released in early 2008, quite a bit cheaper than toughbook CF-19 in europe ("only" 2700e and up). http://www.neceurope.com/pdf/ShieldPRO_Catalogue%20%28English%29%20Final.pdf
Many GETAC rugged models are fanless.
DRS Armor C12 is a fanless, rugged tablet.
Advantech MARS 3100R and 3100S are fanless rugged 10" inch tablets with 500mhz AMD geode cpu.
Many semi/fully rugged laptops (like most of the toughbook family, CF-19 and CF-30) are fanless, but extremely expensive. Some models:
Some Kohjinsha and Raon models are fanless, but have slow AMD geode CPUs around 500mhz, and availability is poor in US or Europe.