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Thursday, 27 December 2007 10:46

Dell releases new tablet

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Lightest and thinnest, it claims


Dell
has released its Latitude XT, which it claims is one of the thinnest and lightest 12.1-inch convertible tablets available.

Costing US$2,499, Dell will begin to take orders and ship the Latitude XT by the end of the year from here. Dell claims that the Latitude XT is the industry’s only sub-four-pound convertible tablet with pen and capacitive touch capability. It is touch sensitive, but does not require any pressure on the keyboard. It also comes with advanced digital palm rejection technology which prevents inadvertent contact that disrupts pen input.

Other features of the Latitude XT include an optional media base for docking and optical media, full-size keyboard with dual pointing, up to 64 GB2 solid state drive and up to 120 GB2 hard drive. There is an optional battery slice designed to provide up to 9.5 hours of battery life. The tablet has Intel Core 2 Solo and Duo ULV processors and ATI Radeon X1250 UMA integrated graphics.

More here.

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