I single hand launch and recover a Hobie Getaway from a trailer at least a dozen times each summer.
In my case, I'm able to store the boat mast up most of the summer, which makes it a piece of cake. From the time I hook up to the trailer to sailing off the beach, probably less than 20 minutes. I use a hand launch ramp (effectively a wide gravel beach), so never a wait to launch.
Putting the boat away takes a similar amount of time.
When I have to rig and launch from mast down, well, that's more like an hour. I use a EZ Mast Stepper 3, which works like a charm, but it definitely takes a while to rig up. Launching from mast down with two people, that's probably 35 to 45 minutes instead.
In any event, the time to launch and recover is going to be very similar I'd think between the T2 and Getaway. I think the real question is which boat you'd prefer to sail, whether you want wings and how many folks you plan to take along.
I selected the Getaway over the T2 partly on cost (no cheap T2s to be found for quite some time I'd think), but I do love the wings and the ability to sail with four adults. The sucker is as floaty as Hobie claims, and between the wings and front tramps, lots of room to spread out.