The delayed Dell Latitude XT3 touch-screen tablet notebook hybrid has appeared on the US Dell website but so far there's no indication when it might go on sale.
Described as a offering the "the convenience of a touch-screen tablet" and the "power of an enterprise-grade laptop and a large display", the Dell Latitude XT3 has a 13.3-inch swivel display and is powered by either a Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 CPU.
The Windows 7-powered notebook tablet hybrid weighs in at 2kg with a 6-cell battery and taps Intel's Mobile QM67 Express Chipset for Intel integrated HD Graphics 3000.
Another interesting feature is the inclusion of something Dell calls "ExpressCharge battery technology" which will apparently allow the device to be recharged to 80 per cent capacity in only an hour.
The XT3 was set to appear last month but even though Dell has the product pages online there's still no pricing or options to buy. However the specifications are fleshed out with the exact range of options so it shouldn't be long now.
There is, however, no indication on availability outside of the US and Canada.