CES 2013: Dell Latitude 10 Essentials tablet line gets an upgrade
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.
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