Summary: It's a solid Windows 8 tablet witn an impressive batrery, but it becomes expensive when you add on some peripherals. Pros: 1. Impressive battery 2. Bright display 3. Lots of awesome features Cons: 1. Expensive with peripherals
Summary: Speed is ok, but for a tablet with full Windows 8 pro, it's the best deal on the market. Actually was able to root my android phone without any problems. Managed to pick one up for 150 dollars. Amazing deal.
Summary: This is a great laptop replacement, but not a desktop replacement. The Atom processor is put together with a weak video chip means you will not be doing any type of serious gaming. You can still play Java games, word process, search the internet, play music and videos with no problems.
For all its flaws, it's still the only tablet of its kind.
8 December 2013
Summary: So I've been using the Dell Latitude 10 with the removable battery for the first semester of a graduate medical sciences program and here are my thoughts on the device: -It's slow. The processing power of this thing is below average. -The screen is subpar.
Summary: I am loving my new latitude 10. Windows 8 I have found to be very easy to use. The only thing that is confusing is the game store and the Xbox are connected even if you don't have an Xbox I think. I have found that the internet work extremely well. So far I don't have much to complain about
Summary: It works as advertised, but it is not intuitive to a 68 year old. The documentation assumes you are skilled in such devices and leaves out basic instructions. It took a 6 hour plane ride just to figure out the basic functions.
Both an excellent windows laptop and a great tablet.
12 May 2013
Summary: This is an excellent tablet. I didn't expect much with the slow atom processor and low price, but this is a complete windows computer and a smooth tablet at the same time. I don't play games, but it runs Office and other productivity software as quickly as any high powered laptop.
Summary: ***UPDATE*** I finally decided to upgrade to Windows 8 last January because Microsoft offered me a deal for $15. I was able to get it up and running using the Motion CL900 drivers, the N-Trig Windows 8 beta drivers from their site, and Dell's latest WiFi driver.