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|10th February 2009, 20:42||#1|
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Dell Unveils Latitude XT2 Touch-Tablet, Gets 11 Hours on a Charge
With the upcoming release of Windows 7, replete with touch-screen functionality, the tablet subset of the portable computer market should get a big boost. With the industry's top players betting big on numerous touch tablets, one that is attracting a lot of attention is Dell's Latitude XT2 tablet. The tablet, which should soon be released in the U.S., was first leaked early by Korean online retailer AVING and then officially confirmed by Dell Japan.
Dell, the number one retailer in the U.S., has leveraged its expertise to create quite an impressive machine. First and foremost, the best feature is the improved battery life, which has been boosted to 11 hours thanks to a extra efficient 6-cell battery and an additional battery slice.
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