Dell Latitude 10
Long-lasting battery, with large-battery option.
Wide range of connectivity and expansion options.
Costs less than many other Windows 8 tablets.
No optional keyboard dock.
Stylus not included.
No attachment point for one.
2GB RAM limits support for legacy Windows apps.
With an Intel Atom processor, performance is limited.
Some apps seem far better optimized for the hardware than others.
Storage is limited to 64GB.
USB connections are all the slower 2.0 type.
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
The Dell Latitude 10 is a solid Windows 8 tablet with stellar battery life, but it quickly becomes expensive -- and bulky -- when you add on the corporate-friendly...76
By goldfries.com on December 17, 2013
The Latitude 10 is priced at RM 1380 without the docking station that's available for RM 268. As for the battery, the 2 cell battery is Rm 68 while 4 cell battery is RM 154. Overall I think it's the best choice of tablet if you're always...-
By InsideHW on August 08, 2013
When we're talking about tablet revolution and recent appearance of this type of mobile device on the global market, we mainly refer to home users and their use as a multimedia device that helps out in various situations when we're not at home....-
By Expert Reviews on August 08, 2013
Its extra accessories can make it very expensive, but this business tablet has great battery life and a wide range of ports...80
By 5FWD on July 16, 2013
The Dell Latitude 10 doesn’t load Android like our rivals on test: instead, it lets you run all your favourite desktop apps with no cut corners or features stripped out. That’s because it runs full fat Windows 8 on its 10-inch display, with...80
By laptops.co.uk on July 15, 2013
As far as tablets go, it’s really nothing special. Does the job but that’s about all it does. For the price, we can’t complain. It is on the cheaper end of the tablet scale after all....70
By TechRadar on June 29, 2013
That means it really is capable of being your main display (it does still only come with 32GB of storage, however). It is alot more expensive than the Latitude 10, but the investment is worth it.80
By Gadget Guy Australia on May 08, 2013
Apple practically reinvented the world of touchscreen computing when the iPad first came out, and now Dell wants to give it a proper punch, with a 10 inch tablet that offers up Intel’s Atom processor, Windows 8, and a battery you can take out. ...60
By LaptopMag on April 29, 2013
Dell's Atom-powered Latitude 10 tablet for business users offers all-day battery life and a host of add-ons that can make it your only...70
By itproportal.com on April 22, 2013
Although the Latitude 10 looks like the XPS 10 from the front, the features around the edges are rather different, it has a more sober rubberised finish, and of course the Intel Atom processor rather than Qualcomm Snapdragon, with regular Windows rather...90