Dell Latitude 10 specs, review

In addition to the new ultrabook professional 6430U Latitude , Dell has made ​​available for sale on our market the tablet Latitude 10 in the standard version, so let’s see Configuration and official price. As planned , Dell has made ​​available in Italy, the new professional tablet, Latitude 10 . As explained above, the first retail version is Standard , which will be followed during the first quarter of 2013, two more versions, called Light and Security and characterized by a lower weight and some additional features dedicated to safety. For the moment, however, let’s focus on the Standard Model, which is currently available.

Dell Latitude 10

The platform consists of hardware housed in a dual core processor Intel Atom Clover Trail latest generation model Atom Z2760 , with a maximum clock rate of 1.8 GHz, coupled with 2 GB of RAM type DDR3 LP 800 MHz 64 GB eMMC NAND Flash memory, expandable space, however, thanks to a microSD memory card reader. Also complete the park gates, which includes a microUSB, USB 2.0 full-size digital video output miniHDMI, a combo jacks for headphones and microphone, and a holder for the connection to the docking station option, and connectivity are the modules WiFi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 + LE , while in Italy it will not be available with additional module 4G/LTE. The envelope is then completed by a back camera 8 Mpixels , from a webcam front from 2 Mpixel and by a lithium-ion battery to 2 cells by 30 Wh which, unlike those normally integrated in the tablet is replaceable. Optionally fact is also available another battery, with double capacity, from 4 cells and 60 Wh , which should be able to ensure autonomy wide, covering the span of an entire working day.

The operating system then is the new Windows 8 Pro , in 32-bit version. The official price of this solution is 789 euro, VAT and excluding shipping . Who would want instead a lighter device or one with more security options, including an attack on the Kensington lock, a biometric sensor for the detection of fingerprints, a TPM chip and support for BitLocker features and Dell Data Protection should instead wait for the first month of the new year for versions Light and Security, whose prices have not yet been disclosed.

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