Here we introduce you to the Dell’s tough tablet – the Dell Latitude XT2 XFR that they say is tough enough to be ‘fit for the batcaves.’
This also means the Latitude XT2 XFR is no iPad, the tablet PC from Apple that symbolizes fun and easy computing with the ability to do some serious computing as well though it strictly has to be in a comfortable setting. And if you want something that can do even more serious computing and will be by your side even in the toughest of situations, here is the Latitude XT2 XFR – the computing equivalent of the Humvee off roader.
The XT2 can follow you to places where other tablets will cease to exist while still being functional enough to get the job done. The XT2 also give you a two way interface as it gives you a tablet or a notebook form factor. The tablet device is meant for those men and women who can be considered always ahead in their fields and had a tablet in the arms of those long before the computing world came to be fascinated by the iPad. So it can actually be seen being put to its paces in places that can be as varied as construction sites to the highly demanding medical fields.
Specification wise, the tablet does pack in a punch or two. The multi-touch screen measures 12.1 inches with a resolution of 1280 x 800 and is as readable inside as it in an exterior environment. At the core of the XT2 is the 1.6Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo with vPro. On board memory amounts to 1 GB of DDR3 RAm though it can support up to 5 GB at 1066 MHz while storage space amounts 64 GB of solid state drive. A separate Intel integrated Graphics Media Accelerator makes light work of graphic files. Input options with the XT2 include a sealed keyboard with even a backlit sealed rubber kaypad options as well for added inputting convenience during low light situations. Then there are also the digitizer pen and gesture enabled touchpad along with the point stick that makes for others means of inputting data. For communication, the XT2 comes integrated with Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, while also providing the option for a wireless broadband minicard. Then a finger print and Integrated Smart Card reader ensures protection against prying eyes.
So all in all, a superb device designed suitably for heavy duty works that makes it fit for application in the military, law enforcement agencies, first responders and government field case workers. Its not about the ease of computing sitting on the couch, it suitably designed for the most pleasant to the most harsh environment.
Sovan Mandal is the senior tablet and tech corespondent for goodereader.com. He brings a international approach to news that is not just applicable to the North American market, but also Asia, India, Europe and others. Sovy brings his own writing flavor to the website and is interested in Science Fiction, Technology and Writing. Any questions, send an email