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Dell Latitude XT3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 111 reviews of Dell Latitude XT3. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. People are impressed by the performance and keyboard. The battery and portability also get good feedback. The touchpad and usability get mixed opinions. There are some negative views about the price.

screen, portability, battery, keyboard, performance

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Dell Latitude XT3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Review analysis

(Based on 111 reviews)

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Notebookcheck's Best of April 2013 - Notebooks and Convertibles

 

Better displays. More and more test devices attract attention with decent contrast, high brightness and the wide viewing angles of an IPS solution. However, the winners do more than show what a notebook display is expected to deliver. ... read...

Better accessibility of its innards, e.g. the ability to swap the HDD or the battery (or simply to clean the fans)

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Review Dell Latitude XT3 Convertible

 

An intermediate step. Dell's Latitude XT3 is a convertible PC in the classic sense - the display rotates and folds down. While the notebook offers nearly every kind of connection your heart could desire, the inner components lag a little behind the...

Case, Display, Very precise N-trig digitizer, Port distribution, System performance, Keyboard, Expansion options, 36 months of pro support, The N-trig digitizer's high precision, the good range of connectivity options and the solid base features like...

Pen takes some getting used to, Weight, Viewing angles slightly less stable compared to the rest of its class, Performance components still from the Sandy Bridge generation, USB 3.0, a pen that flows smoothly, and up-to-date performance components

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Review Dell Latitude XT Convertible / Tablet PC

 

Upside Down. Although convertible notebooks like the Dell Latitud

Business-like design; High-quality materials and robust case; Good interface equipment including docking port; 3G/HSDPA broadband optionally available; Full-fledged keyboard and user-friendly touch pad; First-class touch display with dual mode (finger...

No transport hook for the display; Track point not very user-friendly; Low performance CPU; Fan runs permanently in practice; High price

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Dell Latitude XT3 Review: This Convertible PC Is All Business

 

The very sturdy Dell Latitude XT3 is an enterprise-class laptop that comes with a twist: You can quickly fold it into a tablet PC by rotating its screen on its single central hinge. Such so-called convertible PCs often land in large organizations,...

Awesome battery life ; Big screen for a convertible PC

Pricey ; Weighs a lot

Dell's Latitude XT3 isn't for the average consumer--it's pricey, heavy, and a poor choice for games. But with otherwise solid performance, a large touchscreen, and great battery life, it gets the job done.

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Dell Latitude XT3 Review

 

With a responsive touch screen, an accurate pen, a comfortable keyboard and an attractive design, the Dell Latitude XT3 provides a strong option for those users who require a convertible Windows 7 notebook. However, with a starting price of more than...

Durable design, Screen viewable outdoors, Fast performance and SSD, Solid keyboard, Great sound

Very expensive, Heavy, Tiny touchpad, Uncomfortable pointing stick

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Dell Latitude XT

 

Dell's first tablet offers an excellent capacitive touchscreen, but its short battery life makes it a better choice for office workers than road warriors.

The Dell Latitude XT’s unique capacitive touchscreen puts it at the head of the class in terms of tablet functionality. But is it worth the three-grand premium? Yes, but only if you pick up the nine-cell battery and you don't mind the extra bulk it adds.

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Dell Latitude XT Review

 

Not only does the XT have a touchpad, but it comes with a track-point as well. Now, you can choose what you like better. The LED backlit screen is bright and converting this notebook into a tablet just takes a few seconds. The screen automatically...

Dual touch technology, capacitive touch ; LED backlit display ; Solid keyboard ; Solid pen with pressure sensitive nibs ; Great battery life with slice battery ; Tons of accessory options

Dull design, but business like ; Expensive ; Eraser on pen is a button, feels awkward ; Latch doesn't lock lid

The XT comes with a nice array of ports and has plenty of optional accessories. The slice battery gives it all day power and the MediaBase gives you an optical drive and more ports then I could ever use. It seems Dell is already talking about updating...

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The Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC

 

The Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC runs on the most amazing 9 hour battery which gives you the power to work a full day with only one charge.

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Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC Review

 

Not only does the XT have a touchpad, but it comes with a track-point as well. Now, you can choose what you like better. The LED backlit screen is bright and converting this notebook into a tablet just takes a few seconds. The screen automatically...

Dual touch technology, capacitive touch ; LED backlit display ; Solid keyboard ; Solid pen with pressure sensitive nibs ; Great battery life with slice battery ; Tons of accessory options

Dull design, but business like ; Expensive ; Eraser on pen is a button, feels awkward ; Latch doesn't lock lid

The XT comes with a nice array of ports and has plenty of optional accessories. The slice battery gives it all day power and the MediaBase gives you an optical drive and more ports then I could ever use. It seems Dell is already talking about updating...

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Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC User Review

 

However, Dell's new foray is not critique-free from the general publics concerns. Their lack of experience in such market space, and the extremely high price tag seem to spawn comments from all over the globe. In the end, is the Latitude XT a worthy...

As a matter of fact, most of the tasks I tried to use the tablet for (including placing orders and checking inventories in the warehouse) ended up being slower. Perhaps I just need to gain some more experience, but at this point I am leaning towards...

Product Specifications

Configuration

Convertible:No / Yes
DVD Writer:DVD-Writer / No
Embedded 3G/4G: No
Embedded UMTS: No
Fingerprint Reader:No / Yes
Hard Drive Type:Flash Hard Drive / Hard Disk Drive
Remote Control: No
TV Card: No
Video Editing Card: No
Web Cam:No / Yes

Connectivity

Bluetooth:No / Yes
TV Output:No / Yes
WiFi Connectivity:No / Yes
Wireless LAN:No / Yes

Display

Aspect Ratio:16:10 / 16:9
LED Backlight:Edge LED / No
LED Technology: No
Touchscreen:Multi Touch / No
True Resolution:WXGA

General Features

Intel ® Centrino Technology:Centrino Duo / No
Intel Centrino Technology:Centrino Duo
Media Centre Edition: No
Netbook: No
Operating System Version:Windows 7 Professional / Windows Vista Business
RAM Type:DDR3 SDRAM
Type:Portable / Tablet

Graphic

Brand of Graphic Chip:Intel / Intel ®
GPU Model (Graphic Card):GMA X3100 / Intel ® HD GPU / Intel ® HD Graphics 3000

Processor

Chipset Brand:Intel / Intel ® / Intel®
Chipset Type:965GM / QM67
Processor:Core 2 Duo / Core™ i5
Processor Brand:Intel / Intel ®
Processor Number:I5-2520M / U7600
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