Last week, Tablet PC Review published a review by Tiffany Boggs about the Dell Latitude XT, Dell’s 12.1″ widescreen “convertible” laptop/Tablet PC (complete with the option to upgrade the display to an LED-backlist display).
The particular model reviewed was the LED-backlit model, with an Intel Core 2 Duo 1.2GHz ULV U7600 processor, 2GB of memory, and the mechanical 120GB hard drive (a 32GB or 64GB Solid State Drive is optional). It also comes with ATI’s Radeon Xpress 1250 graphics chipset.
She was impressed with the display:
The LED backlit touchscreen is bright, has vivid colors and almost no graininess, which is great because you find graininess on all tablets….
Dell is the first to introduce the N-trig touch technology on a Tablet PC as well. Unlike other tablets that have resistive touch, the XT has capacitive touch. Using your finger is like using the pen. Both inputs are accurate and responsive due to the screen conducting an electrical current across the sensor and you don’t have to apply much pressure. The new touchscreen features good palm rejection technology as well, so you don’t ever get interference from your hand.
Full Review: TabletPCReview.com