Dell unveils the Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet
Dell has rolled out a new, more secure iteration of the 10-inch, business-oriented Windows 8 tablet it originally launched five months ago.
The Latitude 10 in stock trim, retails from $449 as an "essentials" model, but the American computer manufacturer has government agencies, financial institutions and healthcare organizations in its sights with the more expensive Enhanced Security model, which is available for $779, a not so insignificant difference.
The Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security packs a 10.1-inch, 5-point multitouch, IPS LCD display with Corning Gorilla Glass and a resolution of 1366 by 768. The tablet is powered by an Intel Atom Z2760 processor running at 1.8GHz maximum frequency, 2GB of RAM, an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator graphics card and a 30Whr replaceable battery. Other specs include 64GB of solid state internal storage, 2MP front-facing HD camera and an 8MP back-facing shooter. The Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security runs Windows 8 Pro in 32-bit trim.
The Enhanced Security model features an integrated smart card and fingerprint reader. Dell touts it as "the only dual-authentication Windows 8 tablet" that has both. It also includes Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption, Computrace Support for stealth tracking software and a Noble Lock slot for additional hardware security.