Dell have updated their Latitude 10 Essentials tablet range for CES 2013, aiming the new Dell Latitude Up 10 Models at the education sector and businesses.
The enterprise-ready model updates the standard Latitude 10 model launched in October of last year by brining new security features and a more durable casing that includes a magnesium alloy frame with soft touch paint and a Corning Gorilla Glass screen.
Running off an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, the 10.1 inch tablet has a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 and uses the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (backed by 2GB of RAM) for delivering intensive 3D graphics applications.
The tablet will also support and option productivity dock that allows a user to hook up a keyboard and mouse for a more traditional desktop experience, while the tablet itself has a full-size USB port and an SD card reader.
Two configurations will be available. A 64GB edition hits stores immediately, priced at $579, while a 32GB version will follow in the coming months for $499.
By Gerald Lynch | January 10th, 2013