There is a spanking new Dell Latitude 10 tablet in town, where it offers a full-featured, enterprise-ready Windows 8 tablet experience without breaking the bank at a $580 thereabouts price point after conversion. It is said that the new Dell Latitude 10 will target schools and small businesses, where it offers ease and affordability to deploying, securing and managing tablets – with budget-conscious organizations in mind first and foremost.
It is said that the Dell Latitude 10 will be able to fit securely into current IT environments in order to help improve IT efficiency as well as decrease the total cost-of-ownership. The Dell Latitude 10 will not need any kind of new mobile device management or software licensing, and will still be able to support new and legacy Windows applications, playing nice with Adobe Flash to boot while hooking up to existing peripherals so that end-users can work and play in the same way that they always have.
Features include a full-size USB port, Instant-On with Connected Stand-By mode, Intel’s Atom processor, and will come in two storage capacities – 64GB and 32GB models. These will join the Dell Latitude 10 standard configuration which was first announced in November last year.
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