The Dell Latitude XT3 is one convertible tablet that had already been announced earlier this year – way back in February, in fact, and what makes the Dell Latitude XT3 different from the rest is this will be powered by Windows 7 instead of Android that many other manufacturers are leaning towards these days. Having appear in the FCC thanks to Broadcom’s filing, the Latitude XT3 will feature a 2.5GHz Intel Core i5-2520 processor running at the heart of things, coupled with 2GB RAM and a 13-inch display at 1366 x 768 resolution. Not only that, the XT3’s display will offer multi-touch capability – although that is restricted to just three fingers at any one time. If you tend to stock up on pizzas while you work, then greasy fingers could be an issue with your display, so good thing it comes with stylus input to boot.
Now, if only we can get hold on data such as pricing details and a release date, that would be swell.
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