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In light of all my reviews today,I wanted to do another about a strange Windows 8 tablet,that promises to be somewhat of a Chromebook,but comes without portable keyboard options.So yeah,basically you are forced to turn this in the display of your new PC if you want some more tactile feedback,I really don't know what they were thinking.
Specifications of the Dell Latitude 10
CPU 1.8-GHz Intel Atom Z2760 Processor
RAM Included 2GB
Storage Drive Size 64GB
Display Size 10.1 with Display Resolution 1366x768
Graphics Chip Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
OS Windows 8 Pro
Camera Resolution 8MP
Size 10.8 x 7.0 x 0.4 ~ 0.6 inches
Weight 1.6 ~ 1.8 pounds
My personal review
I REALLY LIKE-It's not only durable, it offers a host of security and manageability features IT managers will appreciate. Snap in the 4-cell battery, and you get a device that lasts all day -- and most of the night.Despite of the great battery,even better is the price,it's on the cheap side of things,this makes it perfect for your office job.
It also looks good,Dell covered the Latitude 10's rounded edges and rear panel with a soft-touch material that's not only pleasing to the touch, but also makes gripping the tablet easier,on the back though,it's kind of busy and ugly.If there's one thing the Latitude 10 has in spades, it's ports and the very best about it it's the display.
The Latitude 10's 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 IPS display offered sharp, colorful visuals that belies its underwhelming resolution and easily goes further than average.
WHAT I DO NOT LIKE-The Latitude 10's stereo speakers, located on its back panel,the speakers produces a clean sound, but lacks bass.The Latitude 10 features Microsoft's standard Windows 8 on-screen keyboard,which isn't a Wow factor,and also has a pen input,which i hate with all my body and soul.Performance is mediocre,it can handle mails,goes through pages well enough and does light gaming,but that's about it.The worst about it is probably the The Productivity Dock they offer,which basically converts it in a small desktop PC for quite the price,I find it useless and pricey and covers a lot of space.
For the buck it's a great bang,but only if you use it like a tablet,it's simply not worth the extra.
25,65 cm (10,1) HD IPS Display (1366x768) / Intel / Atom Z2760 2x 1,8 GHz / 2GB DDR2 SDRAM (800MHz) / 64 GB SSD / 2 Cameras / USB, Micro-SD, 3,5-mm-Audio / HDMI / Docking-Socket / UMTS Integrated / Windows 8 Pro (64-Bit)