Conclusion: The Dell Latitude 10 is a capable Windows 8 tablet that’s hindered by slow internal components and a design that isn’t in balance. Among the growing crop of Atom-based tablets, the Latitude is among the better devices we’ve tested. There are still too many drawbacks to fully recommend it over the ThinkPad Tablet 2, and even that didn’t get a definite thumbs-up. We’re still searching for our dream Windows 8 tablet.
Pros: Full size USB and SD card slot, Crisp display with wide viewing angles, Good quality cameras, Long battery life
Cons: A little too wide for comfortable use, Few ports, Unimpressive performance, No portable keyboard/docking solution