TabletPCs are tablets! Its where the term's definition originated. Sure they've been overrun by the Android and Apple Tablets, but that doesn't change the definition of the term. Let's not forget there are several other operating systems used in tablets, too, i.e., Symbion, Windows Mobile, et. al.
All I'm saying is lets rise above the hype and educate the uninformed. Let's strive to use terms correctly. Every few years, we have a lively discussion on the definition of "CarPC" because it a term we coined and somewhere within that interval, someone uses the term to describe something that the majority thinks is inappropriate. We don't all agree, but it gives the community and passers-by something to think about when they use the term. I don't know how many times we, in the RR community, have had to educate new users on what is a skin and a screen and a layer. If we don't all use the same terms with the same definitions, communication is misunderstood. If you "decide" to change the definition of a term, you'll spend more time explaining your definition than getting your point across.
If your intent is to exclude TabletPCs from your discussion then you need to use a more specific term than "Tablet". We have a "Laptop, Netbook, Tablet, UMPC, etc" subForum and within it a Fujitsu and an iPad, and an Android subForum. Sure we don't treat them as equals but they all fall within the definition of Tablet, even so do the UMPC, and some others. You represent this forum and the store and if you "decide" TabletPCs are not "Tablets" then the community and passers-by will assume that is the position of MP3Car. Those of us that have been in the TabletPC community will think you a panderer, stupid or ignorant (and after my diatribe, ignorant can be eliminated). If your intent is to exclude TabletPCs from your discussion then you need to use a more specific term than "Tablet."