Dell Latitude XT3 convertible tablet price, release date yet unknown; hits FCC today
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has certified the model, called Dell Latitude XT3. This is a notebook convertible, equipped with a swivel touch screen with a diagonal of 13 inches and a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The screen supports multisenornoe management, recognizing the pressing three fingers simultaneously, and to enter and you can use the stylus. We already know the basic characteristics of the device, although it is not clear exactly when to start selling it and how much it will cost.
The laptop is built on a processor Intel Core i5-2520 clocked at 2.5 GHz and Intel HD graphics 3000, equipped with 2 GB of RAM and wireless adapter, Wi-Fi 802.11g by Broadcom. Based on preliminary data about this device, which appeared earlier, Dell Latitude XT3 also running an operating system, Windows 7 and can output to an external video screen 1080p (probably the interface HDMI). In the same roadmap have been identified and the approximate release dates laptop – July this year.
No official word on pricing or a release date yet.