Everybody heard about Dell’s-sexy-tablet-pc since 2005 (no, really) and the company promised it in 2007, which is almost over. Hey, Dell guys, we could start thinking, Lattitude was going to sell with Duke Nukem: Manhattan’s Project pack.
Here are those same good specs:
- 12.1-inch WXGA (1280 x 800) in CCFL (”outdoor display,” up to 400cd/m2) and LED backlight options
- Capacitive touchscreen with palm detection (supposed multi-touch), and active digitizer.
- Intel Core 2 Solo or Duo ULV at 1.06 and 1.2GHz, respectively
- ATI Radeon X1250 UMA Graphics
- Up to 3GB memory, runs Vista Ultimate or Business
- 40GB or 80GB 4200 RPM drive, 120GB 5400 RPM drive, or 32GB or 64GB SSD
- HSDPA or EVDO rev A., 802.11a/b/g/n options, Bluetooth 2.0, and gigabit Ethernet connectivity
- ExpressCard54 and SD slots, 1394, VGA, (3) USB 2.0
- Scroll wheel, biometric reader, TPM 1.2, super low profile power adapter
- Up to 5 hours battery life with standard 43WH pack, up to 9 hours with extended 45WH pack; Energy Star 4.0 compliant
- 3.57 pounds (presumably without battery), 1-inch thick
- Starts at $2500
$2500 for the basic option? A bit too much, no?