If tablet devices are still not powerful enough for you, and you have a bigger budget than most, you might be interested in Dell’s laptop-tablet combination system the Latitude XT3. That Dell has just revamped with the aim to make it more attractive to the enterprise market.
Updates to the Latitude XT3 include a new Intel Core i3 (2310M at 2.1 GHz) processor which can be supported by up to 8GB of RAM, running Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit and Intel HD Graphics 3000. Storage options include either a 250GB 5400 or 350GB 7200 hard drive, or if you prefer a speedier 256GB solid state hard drive.
The Dell Latitude XT3 is fitted with a 13.3 inch HD touchscreen display sporting a resolution of 1366×768 and capable of recognising 4-finger gestures together with an included stylus.
It also has a camera, internal microphone and an optical disk drive, with ports for IEEE 1394, Memory card reader, 34 mm ExpressCard, Docking Connector, VGA, HDMI, 1 Full and 2 Half Mini Card Slots, SmartCard Reader and optional fingerprint reader.
More information about the new upgraded Dell Latitude XT3 is available from the Dell website, and the new Dell Latitude XT3 combination laptop and tablet is now available to purchase for $1957.
Source: ZDNetFiled Under: Hardware, Tablet News