Dell Latitude XT2 has a very professional, business-like appearance with sharp lines and edges, all dark grey design, and even exposed screws. This notebook is definitely not targeted towards those looking for the next designer notebook. Instead, it is aimed squarely at those who just want to get down to business.
Dell Latitude XT2 has slim and boxy chassis it might not look as cool as some consumer tablets, but it ends up being easier to carry and smaller to travel with. With a starting price of $1,929 it is easily one of the more expensive tablets on the market, but it does include some not-so-common features.
Excellent build quality
Thin chassis and business-grade color scheme
Very easy to upgrade and service
Slow hard drive
Largest internal battery is only 42Wh
Dell Latitude XT2 Specs:
Intel Core 2 Duo SU9400 1.4GHz (800MHz FSB, 3MB L2 Cache)
Microsoft Windows Vista Business (32-bit)
12.1″ Premium WXGA (1280 x 800) LED-Backlight Display with Multi-touch
Intel X4500MHD Integrated Graphics
3GB DDR3 1066MHz RAM (2GB + 1GB)
120GB Toshiba 1.8″ 5400RPM HDD
8X CD / DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive) through docking station
Intel 5100AGN WiFi, Bluetooth, and 1Gb Ethernet
6-Cell 42WHr Battery
Limited 3-year standard parts and labor warranty with on-site service
Dimensions: 11.7 x 8.7 x 1.1″
Weight: 3lbs 13.6oz
If you are looking for a very portable tablet designed to hold up to the rigors of daily business use, the Dell Latitude XT2 is a clear winner. The only big downside to this model is the high price tag and lower battery life, but if you can live with those it is hard to find a superior model.