We already are aware of a 10 inch tablet running Windows 8 being readied at Dell, thanks to a previous leak. Thankfully, another leak has shed some more light on the tablet, which has helped with filling in the blanks. We now know the Dell Latitude 10 will have a 1366 x 768 resolution, 10.1 inch Gorilla glass for added durability, 2 GB of DDR RAM, SSD storage of 128 GB max, and an Intel dual core Atom Clover Trail processor having a clock speed of at least 1.5 GHz forming the tablet’s heart.
The tablet will be quite light, with a thickness of just 0.4 inches while tipping the scales at around 1.6 pounds. The Latitude 10 will also come with two battery ratings of 30 Whr and 60 Whr, both of which are user removable. The tablet’s docking station will also include four USB 2.0 ports, ethernet slot, and an HDMI out slot. There will also be support for optional Wacom stylus.
Neowin is claiming the tablet will be more oriented towards use by the business community and will also come with software and hardware enhancements to appeal to the entrepreneur. For one, the tablet can be procured with a finger print scanner built into it.
No word on cost of the tablet is available as on date.
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