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In pictures: Dell's Latitude 10 tablet
Windows 8 business slate, ultrabook and AIO arrive.
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.
The docking port. The tablet will be available for purchase as a standalone or with the port, as part of a bundle. Dell said pricing and local availability would be revealed in late October.
The tablet offers capacitive 10 point touch on a 1366x768 LED Corning gorilla glass screen. It is 10.5mm tall and 274 wide.
The tablet weighs 725g with a 2 cell battery. The battery is easily removable and replaceable. It can hold up to a 4 cell Lithium Ion battery.
The Latitude 10 offers USB 2.0, SD card, micro USB, mini HDMI and headphone/microphone ports. The docking station has 4 USB 2.0 ports, Gigabit LAN and HDMI.
It's got 2GB SDRAM, and an 8MP rear and 720p HD front camera. Dell said it would offer a 1-year onsite warranty with next business day service, with the option to extend to 3 years.
The rear of the tablet.
Also today Dell announced a new Windows 8 business ultrabook, the Latitude 6430u. Dell has slimmed down the 14in notebook compared to its current Latitude 14-incher, cutting 33 percent off the thickness and 16 percent off the weight. It weighs 1.7kg and is 230mm thick. The 6430u runs on third-gen Intel chips up to Core i7, has Intel HD4000 graphics, and boasts similar security credentials with Dell Data Protection and Encryption, as well as an optional fingerprint and smart card reader. Dell will reveal pricing for the Windows 8 ultrabook in late October in line with the new OS' launch.
And the latest all-in-one peeked its head out of the curtains, with the OptiPlex 9010 set to also land alongside Windows 8 in October. The 23in PC runs on a variety of Intel Core and Pentium chips, with Intel graphics, vPro and Dell Data Protection Access and Encryption. Hardware-wise for security, it's got a lockable port cover, tabletop security mount, lock slot support and an optional intrusion switch. Pricing and availability will be announced in October.
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