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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Dell Latitude 10 - a new tablet with Windows 8

                          Manufacturers of laptops already are preparing to debut a new Windows, or at least does Dell. When you see the "8th," the company intends to launch two tablets with the system, including a hybrid, being outside of the touch screen keyboard.

                                            Belonging to the family business Latitude 10 will be an ordinary type of slate tablet, which is likely to replace the current model Latitude ST. The new tablet is equipped with dual-core Atom "Clover Trail" (Z Series, but not the same as that installed on smartphones) and 10-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. There will be 2 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB SSD.

                          The new tablet will provide standard connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and as an option you can choose a 3G module (and maybe even LTE?). Current will also be micro USB port, run out for a memory card reader. Built-in camera to get dies with quite a resolution - 2 megapixels for this for video calls (possible registration material will probably be HD or even HD) and 8 megapixels in the camera front. It's purpose is to weigh 710 grams and be in the housing with 10.5 mm thickness.

                          The most interesting seems no doubt the battery issue, because although the standard will be mounted two-chamber allowing for 6-8 hours without access to an outlet, that's capacious, 4-cell battery life 10-12 hours. Of course, choosing a larger battery will lose a bit of mobility ... gain on the other hand, depends on how you look at it. In any case, well, that Dell will give customers the ability to choose which option is best for them.

                         The new tablet is expected to be available before the end of 2012, the first around November, the other perhaps a little later.

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