In pictures: Dell's Latitude 10 tablet

Sep 19, 2012
Dell today took the wraps off its latest additions to its PC range, including a shiny new business-focused tablet - the Latitude 10. The 10in tablet is targeted at the enterprise market with a range of security features including an optional fingerprint and smartcard reader (which will arrive in January), as well as Dell Data Protection Encryption, which means encryption from the hard drive to the USB port. It will be able to be bundled with a docking station when it launches in late October with Windows 8.  
 
Dell today took the wraps off its latest additions to its PC range, including a shiny new business-focused tablet - the Latitude 10. The 10in tablet is targeted at the enterprise market with a range of security features including an optional fingerprint and smartcard reader (which will arrive in January), as well as Dell Data Protection Encryption, which means encryption from the hard drive to the USB port. It will be able to be bundled with a docking station when it launches in late October with Windows 8.
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