Sunday, 3 April 2016

Dell Latitude XT3 vs HP Elitebook 2760p vs Microsoft Surface Pro:Best fit for use is..............................

Dell Latitude XT3                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The very sturdy Dell Latitude XT3 is an enterprise-class laptop that comes with a twist: You can quickly fold it into a tablet PC by rotating its screen on its single central hinge. Change from laptop to tablet mode quickly and easily with a new bi directional hinge that enables you to rotate the XT3 screen left to right or right to left. The convenience of a touch screen tablet, the power of an enterprise-grade laptop and a large display. Whether at your desk or on the move, the Latitude XT3 lets you work almost anywhere. Windows 7 Professional Whether you're working indoors or outside, the Latitude XT3 offers an ideal balance between usable workspace and mobility. Multiple input options, wide viewing angles and a large multi-touch screen enable you to work where and how you like. Such so-called convertible PCs often land in large organizations, including those in the health care, education, and law enforcement fields. This kind of machine needs to perform well both as a laptop and as a tablet, hold up well in hectic environments, and deliver good battery life. Your unpredictable day demands flexible power options. Latitude XT3 offers 3- and 6-cell ExpressCharge battery options with a 9-cell extended battery and slice option for all day power2. Designed for easy upgrades the XT3 offers an easy access door for simplified memory expansion and is customizable with external hard drives, optical drives and media modules. - Intel® Core™ iM -2.8GHz Turbo up 3.5GHz - 320GB HDD - 4GB ram - Screen Size 13.3" HD BrightView LED-backlit - Operating system Windows 7 Professional - Wireless/Wifi -Bluetooth For the most part, Dell's third-generation Latitude XT fits the bill nicely.                                                                                                                                                         Specs:                                                                                                                                                       Windows 7 Professional Operating System
Intel Core i7 Processor
13.3 inch Screen Size
320 GB Hard Disk Drive, 4 GB
Available in  Grey Color
2.80 GHz Processor Speed
Up to 3.50 GHz Processor Turbo
SATA HDD Interface
Intel Integrated Graphics
Webcam, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, HDMI
2.02 kg Weight

HP Elitebook 2760p                                                                                                                                 The 12.1-inch diagonal, wide-view touchscreen is perfect for mobile professionals who need to stay connected and productive. The 2760P has a solid hardware configuration, 4 GB of RAM and you can even expand it with an optical drive. Anyway, there a couple of customization options available, including an extra battery slice, The chemically-strengthened glass screen extends about a quarter inch beyond the display area (1280×800, 12.1″ diagonal) all around with capacitive touch recognition throughout. This makes it easy to touch on-screen items located near the edge of the screen. The 2760p is almost exactly the same as the predecessor 2740p, but it offers a choice of Intel 2nd generation (Sandy Bridge) mobile Core i5/i7 processorswith base speeds ranging from 2.20 to 2.80GHz. I say "base speeds" because one of the 2nd gen Intel' Core processors' interesting features is "TurboBoost," a technology that automatically overclocks the processor under certain circumstances. Interestingly, while the old 2730p used low voltage or ultra-low voltage versions of the Intel Core 2 Duo processors, the new 2760p uses standard voltage chips running at much higher clock speeds. That's good for performance, and with the 2nd gen provessoer's excellent power management, it doesn't come at the expense of battery life. The new EliteBook also promises to be more than speedy. HP claims the 2760p meets military standards (810G) for drop, vibration, dust, temperature, shock, altitude and high temperature. That doesn’t mean the new EliteBook is a rugged tablet, but it does mean it should easily shrug off the wear and tear of everyday business use.  The HP EliteBook 2760p features a sturdy metal chassis for extra durability. Three USB 2.0 ports, a four-conductor FireWire port, and a VGA port may seem slightly outdated, but provide ample connectivity for most users. However, the device does include a fingerprint reader for added security, a feature that is especially attractive to business professionals who need to protect sensitive business documents and information. With a comfortable keyboard and a sensitive touchpad and touchscreen, the EliteBook 2760p is an excellent choice for buyers. The 2760p is a convertible laptop with a 12.1-inch convertible screen that flips around for users to take notes using a pen input. With a 6-cell battery and a hard drive, the laptop provides 8.5 hours of HP EliteBook 2760p battery life.
Specs:                                                                                                                                                         Intel Core i5-2540M (2.60 GHz, 3 MB L3 cache)
Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)
12.1-inch diagonal LED-backlit WXGA UWVA, pen and touch (1280 x 800)
Intel HD Graphics 3000
4GB DDR3 (1333MHz) RAM, two slots (one accessible)
320GB 7200 rpm SATA II
Intel Centrino 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
HD webcam
Fingerprint reader
3 USB 2.0 port (one charging), VGA, 1394a, 3.5mm, SD/MMC, Express Card 3/4, Smart Card
6-cell (44 WHr) li-ion, optional slice battery
Dimensions: 11.42 x 8.35 x 1.27 inches (W x D x H)
Weight: starting at 3.97 lbs
 Price:$1599                                                                                                                                                VS                                                                                                                                                         Microsoft Surface Pro                                                                                                                                 Making your mind up about the Surface Pro is less about what it is and what it does and more about what you want out of a tablet. As a hybrid PC it's an undeniable compromise - but that's no bad thing.The Microsoft Surface Pro fits a full ultrabook experience in a compact 10-inch tablet. Thanks to the ingenious Type and Touch covers, it offers a comfortable interface and typing experience. The clean, crisp design and sharp 1080p screen rise above the competition.
But, The battery life is disappointing, and more ports would be nice. The 64GB model barely has any free storage. It costs as much as a regular laptop, especially because the cool keyboard cover isn't included by default.
The bottom line: The Surface Pro's gutsy design successfully reinvents the Windows 8 laptop by cramming an ultrabook experience into the body of a 10-inch tablet. Those wanting to go all-in on the tablet experience won't regret buying the Surface Pro, but we're holding out for a future, more polished generation of the device.
Windows 8 Pro (64-bit); 1.7GHz IntelCore i5; 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1,600MHz; 32MB (Sharedl) Intel HD 4000; 128GB Micron SSD                                                                                                       Specifications
Release date02/9/13
Display type10.6 inColor TFT active matrix - Yes
OSMicrosoft Windows 8 Pro
Processor3rd Gen Core i5Intel
Wireless connectivityIEEE 802.11nIEEE 802.11bIEEE 802.11aIEEE 802.11g
Dimensions (WxDxH)0.53 in10.8 in 6.8 in
Weight903 g                                                                                                                                               Price;$899.99                                                                                                                                                                      

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