Dell 2008 Tablet Articles

Popular Dell Articles for 2008

Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC Review

Dell finally broke into the Tablet PC market with the release of the Latitude XT. There was a lot of hype and speculation around this release and we finally got[...]

Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC User Review

As many readers will recall, ever since 2007 rumors have been surfacing that Dell was working on a Tablet PC. Then comes December the rumor turns real with Dell announcing[...]

Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC User Review

Alright, here's what you've been waiting for. The first Dell Tablet PC to hit the market, the new Latitude XT. Forget the HP, forget the Toshiba, throw away your IBM.[...]

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Review

The Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is an 8.9" netbook with a $349 (Linux) or $399 (Windows XP) starting price and some impressive features. Dell was kind enough to supply us[...]

Dell Announces Availability of Multi-Touch Drivers for Latitude XT

The wait is over for all of you Latitude XT Tablet PC owners. Dell finally announced today the availability of a multi-touch driver and firmware package for current XT owners[...]

N-trig Unveils Pen Input Capable Multi-Touch Displays

N-trig is making some more waves in the industry with its DuoSense technology now having full multi-touch capabilities designed for large format displays. N-trig became popular with Tablet PC users[...]

Samsung 64GB SATA-II SSD Review

Late last year, Samsung announced it would join the ranks of solid state drive (SSD) manufacturers such as Mtron and Memoright by introducing a SATA II solid state drive capable[...]

News Bits: Dell Latitude XT2 Tablet Leaked, Intel Netbook Revealed, Notebook Demand Drops

Dell denies problems with SSDsECS introduces Diamondville-based notebookDell Latitude XT2 specs leakedIntel Netbook revealedNotebook demand down until July

Users Voice Their Opinions About the Dell Latitude XT

The topic of today's "User Opinions" article is the Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC. The XT has moved its way to number four on our Most Popular Tablet PCs list.[...]

Details Emerge on Dell’s Upcoming Subnotebook

It has been known for some time that Dell intends to release a subnotebook, and now some new information on this upcoming device has surfaced.

News Bits: Fujitsu T4220 Tablet PC $100 Off Promo, Panasonic Toughbook UMPC Unveiled, Asus Announces New 8.9″ Eee PC

Fujitsu T4220 Tablet PC $100 off promotionIntel Atom processor designed for mobile devicesDell announces new "Extreme" rugged laptopVista Ultimate SP1 delayedPanasonic Toughbook UMPC unveiled

News Bits: New Toshiba Satellite Pro Notebooks, Bamboo-covered Laptops, Dell Turns Pink

Toshiba refreshes Satellite Pro notebooksASUS and Dell to introduce bamboo-covered computersDell introduces Flamingo Pink M1530WiMAX-enabled Montevina notebooks from Acer coming soonASUS fixing Eee PC 900 battery issueOS performance comparison

News Bits: FlipStart price drop, Dell is #1, and Eee PC gets a touchscreen

FlipStart UMPC now $699Dell takes the #1 sales spot in the USEee PC might get touchscreen40-hour battery life on the horizon.

News Bits: Lenovo Ends Online Linux Sales, Nvidia Supports Hybrid Graphics

Creative introduces X-Fi USB soundcardLenovo ends online sales of Linux-based products1TB Western Digital 2.5-inch drives coming in 2010Nvidia 9-series GPUs support hybrid graphicsDell introduces notebooks with Qflix drives

News Bits: Voluntary Battery Recalls, SanDisk Improves SSDs, Belkin TSA Laptop Bag

Dell, HP, and Toshiba recall 65,000 batteries worldwideDell develops new design printing technologyCentrino 2 fails to boost market share

Notebook Company Tech Support Comparison

Computer problems can be one of the most frustrating situations any person can go through, especially if it is your primary computer for school or work. Downtime can cause missed[...]

News Bits: Yahoo! rejects Microsoft, Starbucks gives away free WiFi, Dell gets wireless USB

Starbucks to use AT&T for free WiFiYahoo! rejects Microsoft offerDell adds wireless USB optionNvidia introduces GeForce 9500M and 9300M graphics