Dell launches Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet with removable battery

Dell launches Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet with removable battery

A removable battery in a tablet? What else could Dell cram in? A fingerprint reader you say? Sure, why not.

Dell has revealed a trio of products in its new Windows 8 business range, the most interesting of which is the new Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 Tablet.

Featuring a 10.1in 1366x768 IPS display with optional Wacom stylus support, the Dell Latitude 10 handles Windows 8 with Intel's next-gen Clover Trail Atom processor and 2GB of RAM, with 128GB storage to boot.

Dell has shown BlackBerry-like levels of security shenanigans too, with an optional fingerprint reader, data encryption and Intel's Platform Trust technology.

The Latitude 10 will also arrive packing a full size USB 2.0 port, an SD card reader and a mini-HDMI port for big screen action.

Oh, and did we mention that it also supports removable 2-cell and 4-cell batteries for road warriors and workaholics alike? Because it totally does.

This article originally appeared at Stuff.tv

Source: Copyright © Stuff.tv

 
 

Readers of this article also read...

Evernote 6 Beta sees further user-interface revamp 

Evernote 6 Beta sees further user-interface revamp

 
Wargaming's Aussie Sentinal tank restoration 

Wargaming's Aussie Sentinal tank restoration

 
Who's who in private space travel? 

Who's who in private space travel?

 
On game length and respecting the player 

On game length and respecting the player

 
Engineering the future of fusion 

Engineering the future of fusion

 

Latest Comments

From our Partners

PC & Tech Authority Downloads