Excerpt: The Dell Latitude 10 doesn’t load Android like our rivals on test: instead, it lets you run all your favourite desktop apps with no cut corners or features stripped out. That’s because it runs full fat Windows 8 on its 10-inch display, with a nippy 1.8GHz processor to make sure slowdown is a thing...
Excerpt: There’s the gold rush to the consumer tablet market, and then there’s the elusive “business tablet,” the mother lode that every computer manufacturer is hoping is out there, somewhere. And maybe it is.
Pros: Awesome screen — for a tablet or anything else. Feels tough and sturdy. Solid docking station design and utility.
Cons: Not exactly svelte. Couldn’t the wireless dongle for mouse and keyboard have been integrated into the dock? Weak battery life with the stock battery.
Summary: Among Windows 8 tablets, the Latitude 10 has some pretty stiff competition. The Surface Pro is a lot faster, but ultimately falls flat because of its short battery life. However, the $679 ThinkPad Tablet 2 gives you a place to store its included pen and an optional mobile keyboard dock, making it a...
Excerpt: The next wave of consumer-grade tablet computers that will hit the market will be powered by Microsoft’s Windows 8 software. And among them is the business-centric Dell Latitude 10 , which features a simple all-black design and comes with a 10.1-inch 1366x768 touchscreen display.
Summary: The best Windows 8 tablet to-date, this Latitude 10 from Dell offers incredible battery life, and decent performance. Price can stack up quickly if you plump for the many accessories, but it could be worth it.
Pros: Incredible battery life, Good range of peripherals, Decent build quality
Excerpt: When Windows 8 was launched, it was immediately known that this OS is best suited for touchscreen devices and such devices could only mean tablets at that time. However, things changed as laptops with touchscreens emerged, or tablets that pretended to be laptops.
Pros: Good design; Great looking responsive screen; Battery life; Replaceable battery.
Cons: Slows down while multitasking; Does not come with a docking keyboard.
Dell Latitude 10 review - Windows 8 tablet meets business PC
8 March 2013
Summary: Dell's first Windows 8 tablet is an Atom SoC soluton that's aimed primarily at business users thanks to a slew of security options, including TPM, biometrics, SmartCard and encryption software for local and USB drives.
Excerpt: Voltado para o mercado corporativo, o Dell Latitude 10 Tablet pretende atender a demanda de empresas por um tablet versátil, utilitário, seguro e gerenciável. Apesar do uso de tablets (ou mais exatamente, dispositivos móveis com e sem teclado) não serem novidade para o mundo corporativo, é fato que...