Great introduction to Windows 8 and tablet applications
22 January 2014
Summary: Having never "converted" to the popularly competing tablet because of its inability to connect to a PC I was intrigued by this tablet as a potential introduction both to Windows 8 and to the ability to use a tablet that is also a PC. I have not been disappointed. Like any new product, there is a learning curve.
Summary: I purchased one of these for myself and a friend was so enamored with it, that I purchased one for him for the Holidays. The product works well, is fast for a dual core processor and makes having my accounts synced across all my devices simple. The battery lasts a full day, did not have a single issue with setup, updates or software compatibility.
Summary: I like the performance but I don't like not having an attachable keyboard or that the charge port is on the bottom instead of the side and no kickstand. The docking station that comes with it is not portable so I didn't get it. I probably should have gotten the Venue 11 tablet instead but the tablet does perform okay.
Summary: Bought this tablet for my non-computer-literate wife, so it would be compatible with my other three Dells: Dimension desktop, Vostro laptop, Inspiron laptop. But cannot find any info on how this thing operates, except for the Win8 information which I don't need but had wife go thru. But where is info on taking pics with the two cameras, and video, and any other info like where the pics are stored when you take any. Have gone to the blog site and found nothing.
Summary: Decided to take the plunge into Windows 8 with a touch screen tablet, and ordered the Latitude 10 with the productivity dock. Was shipped the tablet only and was necessary to call customer support to find out why I didn't get the dock, they admitted their shipping mistake and sent one out to me 2 day shipping right away. Once I got the dock I was able to set it up as I wanted.