Dell Latitude XT3 appears at company’s site

Dell silently has listed the Latitude XT3 Convertible Tablet on its official website, which was announced earlier this year. Offering multiple input option, the XT3 features Tri-metal design and strong magnesium alloy reinforcements behind each corner and a along with spill-resistant keyboard.

It is fitted with 13.3-inch LCD touchscreen display with 1366×768 pixel resolution which supports both pen and multi finger input. The whole convertible tablet measures 323 (W) x 221.7 (D) x 30.9 (H) mm and weighs 2.02kg with its 6-cell battery. Under the hood it is equipped with Intel’s second-generation of Core i3/5/7 processors, Intel HD 3000 graphics, up to 8GB DDR3, up to 320GB hard drive space and offers Gigabit Ethernet along with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Blluetooth and optional GPS and mobile broadband modules.

Dell Latitude XT3 convertible tablet

Latitude XT3 also offers HD webcam, an ExpressCard slot, a multi-card reader, a DVD drive, USB/eSATA combo, Docking Connector, VGA, HDMI, and optional Fingerprint Reader, plus 3- and 6-cell ExpressCharge battery options with a 9-cell extended battery and slice option for extended work time.

Update: The Latiture XT3 is now available for orders starting at $1,878.

Source: Dell

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