Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet leaked

first_imgAlthough ARM-powered Windows RT tablets are on the way this year, it looks like Dell’s first Windows 8 tablet will be of the x86 variety. The Latitude 10 has leaked to the web, and it’s a 10.1-inch slab powered by Intel’s Clover Trail Atom processor.Its clock speed isn’t specified, but it looks like Dell may be one of the first OEMs to deliver a tablet with Intel’s new 32NM chip — not a surprise considering their position on the global PC sales leaderboard. The display offers a resolution of 1366×768 pixels (around 155PPi), and video processing will be handled by Intel’s Imagination graphics engine.Dell will also offer SSDs with capacity up to 128GB for the Latitude 10. WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity are built in, as are 8MP rear- and 2MP front-facign cameras. Unlike a lot of tablets on the market, the Latitude 10 will feature a swappable battery, and buyers can choose between a 2 cell or 4 cell model. An optional stylus will also be available for purchase. As a nod to the enterprise, the Latitude 10 will include both a fingerprint reader and smart card reader.At 710 grams and a maximum depth of 13.4 millimeters, the Latitude 10 is slightly heavier and thicker than the new iPad, but it’s good to see that Windows 8 tablets will narrow the gap. Manufacturers of Windows 7 tablets have struggled to break the two pound barrier, though Dell managed to do it with the Latitude ST — which could very well have been the starting point for the Latitude 10.More at NeoWinlast_img