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Like the Thing to the Adamo XPS' Mister Fantastic, Dell's Latitude XT2 XFR tablet would rather impress someone by smashing things than sliding effortlessly into a bag (or envelop as it were), but we're guessing there's plenty of folks that are more than happy to have things that way. Somewhat curio

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It's here (almost) -- the \"smooth as butter\" multi-touch Latitude XT2 with 12.1-inch LED backlit, capacitive touchscreen is up for grabs on Dell's retail site. Prices start at $2,399. For that you get a 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo SU9300 processor, 1GB DDR3 memory, 80GB disk spinning at 5,400RPM, Intel GMA 4

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Official word just arrived this morning of Dell's Latitude XT sucessor, the Latitude XT2, and Laptop Magazine's already spent some quality time with the tablet. They note the XT2's aesthetic similarity to the previous model, but point out a few standout upgrades, most notably the 12.1-inch LED back

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It's been a long, long time since the first information about Dell's update to the venerable XT convertible tablet snuck out of Texas, and while we got some choice morsels of information last month, we were still missing any semblance of a release date (that original November 2008 target proved to

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Dell's Latitude XT2 convertible was leaked to us way back in March,and although it missed that planned November ship date, it's suddenly showed up in an absolute downpour of documentation -- great news if you didn't have any light reading for the weekend. We did a nice heavy skimming of the materia

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That's Dell's product rendering for its second generation Latitude XT convertible tablet. Expected in November 2008, the XT2 will ship with Intel's latest Montevina, er \"Centrino 2\" architecture in your choice of ULV or LV CPUs, new UMA graphics supporting Vista Aero, and possibly the option of an

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