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Dell reveals Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet

With tablets taking over a lot of the post PC market, there are always new tablets coming out to the market each day. There are a number of Android tablets lying around store shelves to be sold out, and Apple’s iPad is as always gaining market share quickly. And with an attempt to take a bit of the market share, Microsoft has come up with a new operating system which can be kind of used on desktop computers, laptops, netbooks, and even tablets. The new Windows 8 operating system is really making progress with a lot of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) making Windows 8 tablets.

Today, Dell has revealed its new offering to this market, the Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet. This tablet has some really cool features which can get it some momentum when it gets released into the market. To being with, the tablet has got detachable battery, which is a big deal in tablets. What does this mean? Well, this means that after a few years when the battery on this tablet wears down and starts irritating you with really horrible battery backup, you can just swap it with a new one instead of changing the whole tablet.

Next, it will be enterprise compliant. This means that all your existing Windows software being used in your enterprise will run on this tablet. So you do not need to have one tablet for your entertainment and another one for work, its all in one.

Screen size is also very important in a tablet. The Dell Latitude 10 comes with a 10.1 inch screen with Gorilla Glass covering it, and with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. The tablet will run on Intel’s new Windows-optimized Clover Trail dual-core processor, and will come loaded with 128 gigs of memory. If that much memory is not enough, you can always expand it with a microSD card.

The tablet will be released to the market when Microsoft releases Windows 8, so that will not be too long. And the pricing of the tablet is not yet revealed. So you better start saving up for this one.

Source: Ubergizmo

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