by September 9, 2011 0 comments

the flexibility of a tablet with the power of a laptop. Dell has
expanded its Latitude series with the Latitude XT3 laptop. According
to a company releae, Latitude XT3 has the flexibility of a
touch-screen tablet, the power of an enterprise-grade laptop with
large 13.3¨ HD display. It offers an easy conversion between laptop
and tablet modes.

on the success of Latitude E-Family, Dell has come out with Latitude
XT3, an outstanding performer that fits right in:

Latitude XT3 comes with a large, 13.3” auto-bright HD LCD
display and Anti-Glare LED backlit.
Intel Core i5-2520M (2.5GHz, 3M cache) with Turbo Boost Technology
with 2GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM, that includes WiMAX and mobile

XT3 offers ExpressCharge, 80 per cent re-charge in an hour, battery
options with a 9-cell extended battery and slice option for all day

latitude XT3 can be changed from laptop to tablet mode quickly and
easily with a new bi-directional hinge that enables you to rotate the
XT3 screen left-to-right or right-to-left for quick, easy conversion
to tablet mode.
Pricing for the Latitude XT3 starts at just under Rs 1,00,000.

Dell Latitude XT3


light, low light or no light:
Stay productive in the office or in
the field with a large, 13.3¨ auto-bright HD display with backlight
keyboard option with extended battery life.
Let your fingers do the work:
Enjoy maximum usability with
four-finger touch control, touchpad, track-stick and mouse input
Speed and connectivity:
Power through your day with the speed
of Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors and connectivity options
that include WiMAX and mobile broadband.Advanced
Latitude XT3 offers Dell Data Protection | Encryption
that can encrypt data and help guard against unauthorized access.
Long-haul durability:
Latitude XT3 is four corners protected
with strong magnesium alloy, a highly durable powder coated base,
with a spill-resistant keyboard, in a Tri-metal design that stands up
to tough defense-grade, MIL-STD-810G testing for dust, vibration and
extreme temperature.

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