Summary: As delivered with win 8 installed, the tablet worked very well after set up and updates. Dell backup and recovery did not work very well - tablet was almost a brick but on the fourth attempt to recover the updated image - it worked. Dell tech support was very helpful and established a service call prior to fourth attempt. Did not need service call so canceled. For future image creation and recovery - have used Microsoft's image creation and recovery tools with no issues.
Summary: When I was making the purchase of the Latitude10, customer service told me that was comparable to the iPad. This comes nowhere close to the iPad. The apps are very simple and seems out dated for this system, its like they went to Atari and Sega and bought their old games. They have gotten angry birds and temple run added, since I got the Latitude10.
Works Fine - a little heavy and what's with the adapter?
9 May 2013
Summary: Received mine as part of a promotion when purchasing a laptop for my staff. I have the basic model. The tablet is sturdy, although heavier than expected at over 1 pound. I do like the full Windows operating system and the ability to run MS and other full apps. However, what's with the power adapter? It's a smaller version of a full laptop adapter - heavy, difficult to pack in a tablet case and I think impedes it's mobility.
Summary: I have had this tablet for about 2 weeks now and it has been great except when you want to travel. If you want to fly and use your tablet do not put it into airplane mode. Once you enable airplane mode it disables all network connections. You are not able to use wifi on airplanes like all other tablets. I contacted dell support to see if it was just a setting that need to be changed and was informed that it was not and was the way it should work.
Summary: I have been using an Acer Iconia for about 4 months and found the OS (Android 4.0 ICS) somewhat limited, so I purchased the Latitude ST with high hopes of being instantly productive using my 15 years of Windows experience. The initial setup and login were immediately recognizable, but I found the capacitive touch screen keypad virtually unusable. The relaively small size gave me fits as I was constantly registering the wrong "keystrokes".