Summary: An intermediate step. Dell's Latitude XT3 is a convertible PC in the classic sense - the display rotates and folds down. While the notebook offers nearly every kind of connection your heart could desire, the inner components lag a little behind the times. Our extensive review assesses the quality of the overall package.
Pros: Case, Display, Very precise N-trig digitizer, Port distribution, System performance, Keyboard, Expansion options, 36 months of pro support, The N-trig digitizer's high precision, the good range of connectivity options and the solid base features like the case, keyboard and noise emission.
Cons: Pen takes some getting used to, Weight, Viewing angles slightly less stable compared to the rest of its class, Performance components still from the Sandy Bridge generation, USB 3.0, a pen that flows smoothly, and up-to-date performance components.