Rumored back in late May, the new Windows 8 running Dell Latitude 10 tablet officially has been revealed today. Bringing a 10.1-inch IPS touchscreen LED display — covered in Gorilla Glass — with stunning 1366 x 768 pixels resolution, the new Latitude 10 Windows 8 slate is coupled by 2G of RAM, while the optional Wacom stylus support means you can annotate as you go.
There’s an 8MP shooter on the back of the tablet along with a HD snapper on the front. Other features include 3G capabilities, USB 2.0, a microUSB port for charging, a headphone/microphone combo jack along with a dock connector to add Ethernet and HDMI and audio output. A powerful removable 60Wh battery (with interchangeable 2-cell and 4-cell) also provides enough juice to the slate to get it up running for a long time [18 hours].
“Dell is confident that customers will deploy Windows 8 tablets, despite many businesses still yet to upgrade from Windows XP.”
It also has 128GB of built in memory and a MicroSD card slot for further storage expansion. Meanwhile, the new Intel Atom Clover Trail dual-core processor will let you have access to the full version of Windows 8 and legacy apps.
The new tablet will available in three storage versions, including 16, 32 or 64GB.
No words on pricing yet, though company did reveal that the tablet will be released on upcoming Microsoft’s event [Oct 25] when the new Windows 8 operating system gets launched. So expect this to hit retail stores sometime next month. We’ll keep an eye out for more details, though. Stay tuned.