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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 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. ...
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...
By Channel Pro on April 05, 2013
Despite the mediocre cameras, sluggish performance and a woeful case, there’s plenty to like about the Latitude 10. The huge battery and amazing stamina are enough on their own to justify the asking price of £521. We know of no other device...
By PC Pro on April 03, 2013
The first Windows 8 business tablet delivers unrivalled battery life, and comes with a practical set of peripherals, but performance...
By itreviews.com on March 29, 2013
The Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security adds an extra layer of protection to this all-day, all-night Win8 business...
By HotHardware on March 28, 2013
Windows 8 tablets have the potential for a wide range of uses thanks to their combination of portability and functionality. Dell extends the functionality of the Latitude 10 by offering a number of accessories for the tablet. The most notable of these...
By Good Gear Guide on March 26, 2013
Dell's Latitude 10, Windows 8-based business tablet has good features and build quality, but don't expect it to be a super-fast performer. It's best suited to simple tasks, and limited multitasking....
By PC Advisor on March 08, 2013
Dell's first Windows 8 tablet is an Atom SoC soluton that's aimed primarily at business users thanks to a slew of security options, including TPM, biometrics, SmartCard and encryption software for local and USB drives....
By NotebookCheck on March 06, 2013
Sturdiness and security instead of good looks and gimmicks. Dell designs this tablets for business use - and does it right. There are definitely better looking and more powerful tablets out there - but that's important for the private and not the...
By CNET Australia on February 25, 2013
The Dell Latitude 10 offers excellent battery life and costs less than many other Windows 8...
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