Dell Launches Latitude XT2, the Industry's First Multi-Touch Capable Tablet
Dell today announced the Latitude XT2 convertible tablet building on the industry's first tablet PC with multi-touch screen capabilities designed to enhance security, increase performance and extend battery life. The system starts at $2,399 and is available today at Dell Online.
Multi-touch capabilities on the Latitude XT2 allow users to use natural gestures like a pinch or tap for scrolling, panning, rotating and zooming that work with productivity applications they use every day. Dell's integration of multi-touch screen technology allows customers to use the full real estate of the display, as opposed to just the touchpad.
"As part of our commitment to deliver the best mobility experience, Dell revolutionized the tablet space with the first multi-touch capable product that allows customers to use the entire screen," said Brett McAnally, director, Dell Product Group. "Today, we're extending that leadership with the Latitude XT2 to deliver more performance, security and manageability."
Other features include:
- Up to 11 hours, 28 minutes of battery life with six cell battery and optional 6-cell battery slice
- Daylight Viewable display that has up to 100 percent more luminance than the HP EliteBook 2730p
- Full-size keyboard, touchpad, point stick and battery-free pen give users input flexibility
- Combines performance with high touch accuracy to allow touch interface with small icons without drops or hangs
- Comprehensive services options with Dell ProSupport.
- Improved connectivity with new LCD-based wireless antenna design
- Enhanced hinge design for improved panel stability
- SATA drive support providing updated storage technology and enhanced performance
- Comprehensive security features adding Dell ControlVault and ControlPoint Security Manager
- DDR3 RAM allows better performance and up to 5GB RAM
- Manageability with integration of Intel vPro and DASH 1.0 compliance
Latest News Posts
- Microsoft drop Shocktober sale a week before Halloween
- Nintendo Switch to have wide array of hardware add-ons
- Heavy Rain and Detroit developer experimenting with VR
- LG's new 5K display designed for latest MacBook Pro
- 3DS won't be cannibalized by Switch, says Nintendo
- ASRock C2550D4I Won't boot... again
- Getting a DK-04 3D Model
- Lenovo Ideapad Y900-17ISK Gaming Notebook Review
- How to upgrade front I/O Panel for V2100 to USB 3.0 or even 3.1
- AMD announces Radeon Pro 400 Series graphics processors
- G.Skill announces the RIPJAWS KM570 MX mechanical keyboard
- iBuyPower announces the Slate gaming desktop
- Fujitsu and Lenovo to explore global strategic PC cooperation
- Toshiba's SAS SSDs provide secure storage for NetApp FAS and E-Series arrays for enterprise applications