The TouchSmart tm2 wasn't in among the notebooks HP refreshed earlier this week, but according to NewGadget.de the convertible touchscreen PC will be getting an update of its own by the end of June 2010. Their sources reckon the 12.1-inch notebook will junk its existing Core 2 Duo SU7300 in favor of Intel's Core i3 and i5 processors, giving it a much-welcome speed boost.
There's no word of any other changes, so we're presuming the tm2 will keep its WXGA capacitive touchscreen that can be controlled both by pen-input and by finger control. Hopefully there'll also be a bump to the ATI Mobility Radeon graphics too, though, to bring it in line with the rest of HP's notebook range. No word from HP themselves, so it's a case of wait and see until the official PR arrives.