Dell today announced the Latitude 10 essentials configuration to offer a secure enterprise-ready tablet option to budget-conscious customers. The new Latitude 10 offers consumer customers rich entertainment features for movies, books and games, as well as compatibility with familiar applications and accessories to transition seamlessly between work and play.
The Latitude 10 does not require new mobile device management or software licensing, supports new and legacy Windows applications, is compatible with Adobe Flash and connects with existing peripherals. It's equipped with Microsoft Windows 8, with instant access to resources through the Instant-On with Connected Stand-By mode feature. The new tablet is powered by Intel’s Atom system on a chip and can run Windows 8 Snap Mode, allowing students and teachers to multi-task between two applications, such as interacting with a remote teacher via Skype while taking notes in Microsoft OneNote.
The Latitude 10 essentials configuration 64 GB is available today starting at $579 US and the 32 GB will be available in the coming months at $499 US.