Right now, the tablet scene is more or less dominated by just two players where the operating system is concerned – and we are talking about the iOS platform as well as Google’s Android operating system. Well, Windows 8 is said to be able to run on tablets as well, but information concerning Windows 8 tablets are pretty scant so far. Good to know that a slide which details the Windows 8-powered Dell Latitude 10 popped up recently, showing off a shipping timeframe of mid-November to mid-January – meaning it will make it in time for the mad holiday season. Apart from that, Dell does seem likely to offer a docking station accessory.
Other hardware specifications of the Dell Latitude 10 include a 10.1″ display at 1366 x 768 resolution, a quartet of USB ports, Ethernet connectivity, HDMI support, up to 128GB SSD, 2GB RAM, a HD webcam, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as the latest Intel dual-core Atom Clover Trail 1.5GHz processor. No idea on the pricing details just yet, so we will need to be patient on this one.
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