Summary: Got mine. Went with the upgraded 1.4ghz and I'm luvin it :) Does all my cs6 stuff. Using my finger as a paintbrush is pretty fun. Tablet mode is sexy. I'd recommend this to any of my classmates.
Summary: Great laptop. Was the upgraded 1.4GHz processor and had 128GB SSD Installed. Definitely recommend the SSD. Made a huge difference in performance. Wouldn't go back to a regular hard drive again. Didn't come with a stylus but my finger works great.
Summary: What I like: - Fully equipped Windows 7 with touch screen features - Touch screen is pretty sensitive. - Well-built construction. - SSD hard drive upgradable (Mine comes with 128GB SSD, and it is really fast). What I do not like: - I expected it could last 5-6 hours for normal mode with a single charge but actually it lasts around 4hrs with battery saving mode.
Summary: Since Amazon Erased my last review on these Tablets I will again post a fair warning to consumers. I work Tech Support for a Hospital that continues to purchase these awfull devices. We are constantly getting these repaired - the third party that dell Hires to replace hardware is in our building weekly. The LCD displays go bad so often I swear they were made by Monkeys. For the price you could do SO much better, Take my advice and move on.
Summary: After using the Dell XT2 for six months, I rate it 4 stars due to its great looks, good speed, and the touch screen is totally awesome and very impressive. There are many pluses to this tablet PC, including its tough shell, bright screen (even outside!), and its Dell quality. Battery life is good, not great, I can get about 4-6 hours with the 'slice' battery, which is not quite long enough for a day at the client's office.
Beautiful Machine: fast, responsive, and portable.
Osman Amin, Amazon
11 January 2010
Summary: Beautiful touch screen tablet. Very fast and responsive. Excellent build quility! I have been very pleased with it. Virtually silent and emits almost no heat. Very light and portable. Highly recommended.
Summary: I seriously doubt that the first reviewer actually has a Latitude XT2. The XT2 has only been available for a couple of months and I seriously doubt that a college IT dept would issue new laptops during the middle of the school year. He most likely has the original Latitude XT which did experience some of the issues that he described when using some of the earlier drivers. I am very pleased with my Latitude XT2 and not had a single issue with it and it.
Summary: The title of the review should be great insight to what is to follow here. This computer is by far the worst laptop PC that I have ever dealt with. We can't just blame everything on the windows vista OS (although it's extremely buggy) because that would be unfair. Touch screen malfunctions (to the point where you just have to turn it off for the computer to function), I've gone through multiple hard drives (3 to be exact), the touch mouse pad mysteriously stopped working...