The Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet has some amazing features like the 10.1-inch screen, a dual core processor and an internal memory of 128GB. But, is it going to be affordable?
Finally, it is here. Finally, Dell has declared its very first Window 8 tablet that is going to make the markets very soon. The tablet seems amazing as well! Dell’s first windows 8 tablet has a 10.1-inch screen, a dual core processor and an internal memory of 128GB. This is what we have found from a spec leaked document.
It is rumored the tablet will be launched by the end of this year. The tablet market will face competition from the some Windows 8 tablets, and among them, there is going to be the Dell Latitude 10. According to the resources and the spec sheet obtained by Neowin this is Dell’s very first attempt.
Therefore, from what we know The Dell Latitude 10 is going to feature an Intel Clover Trail Atom processor with a 2GB RAM, 128GB SSD storage and a 10.1-inch screen. Definitely sounds amazing! Unsurprisingly The Dell Latitude 10 uses a capacitive touch layer but at the same time provides you with a stylus. However until yet we have no idea if it is going to be a simple capacitive jobbie or something more sophisticated and distinguished like a digitizer layer.
The Dell Latitude is about 10.5mm thick and assuming by this it is not going to be as thin as the tablet standards are but yes much thinner than the other Windows tablet we have experienced before. Hence, it is going to be a lot easier to operate especially with the Windows 8 Metro UI to prod.
In addition, there is going to be a two-battery capacity version with two or four cells. These batteries will last for 6 to 8 hours and 10 to 12 hours depending on which type of battery you use. It is also rumored that the device will feature two cameras, one at the back, which is an 8MP sensor, and a 2MP sensor one at the front, which can be used for video chatting and other stuff. According to the resources, Dell Latitude 10 will make it to the market by the end of the year however no one really knows about the cost of it.
If the prices of this tablet are as high as the previous year’s Windows 7 tablet then I doubt that there are going to be much mainstream tablet buyers up for it. And if a device with such features crosses the line of £500 then experts doubt that even features like dual core can tempt the buyers no matter how flexible and easier it is to use.