Dell introduces new Latitude 10 Essentials Configuration Tablet
(Best Syndication News) - Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) introduced a new Latitude 10 tablet with essential configurations that run on Windows 8. The new tablet was designed for schools and small businesses in mind. The first Latitude 10 launched in October 2012, but today the company announced the Latitude 10 tablet configured as an enterprise-ready solution priced below $500.
The Dell Latitude 10 tablet was designed for entertainment as well as work. The Intel Atom powered device uses the Microsoft Windows 8 operating system and is compatible with Adobe Flash. Multiple users can share the same tablet and configure it the way they like. The tablet case is made of magnesium alloy and has soft-touch paint to improve grip and toughness. The display is made of Corning® Gorilla® Glass, which is designed for intensive use.
The tablet has an option for a productivity dock that includes a mouse and keyboard. The USB port can support an SD card reader to transfer files as well as back-up files.
The Latitude 10 is configured with 32 GB and will be priced at $499. There is also a 64 GB version that will start at $579. The 64 GB model is available starting today, while the 32 GB version will become available in a couple of months.
By: Julie Marcus
Science and Technology Writer