If you’re working in an industry that requires you to bring a tablet with you constantly, such as making your rounds at the hospital as a doctor/nurse, or in the government or even at schools where tablets might be adopted, you might be interested to learn that Dell has unveiled a new 10” tablet. Dubbed the Latitude 10, it will be enterprise compliant in the sense that it will support existing Microsoft productivity applications while featuring the ability to plug into existing management consoles. It will come with a swappable battery which means that you can expect to use this for years on end and will only have to swap out for a new battery once it starts to get weak without having to replace the device entirely.

It comes with Dell Data Protection and Encryption and other security features such as a fingerprint reader and a smart card reader to authenticate the user before using the tablet. As far as the rest of its specs are concerned, it will feature a 10.1” Gorilla Glass display with a resolution of 1366×768, an Intel Clover Trail Atom dual-core processor, 128GB of storage that can be expanded via SD, and will run on Windows 8. No word on pricing just yet but it is expected to be released at the launch of Windows 8 so we expect we might not have to wait too long for it.

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