Old rumors about the Windows 8-powered Dell Latitude 10 tablet went live once again through a slide document. Well, a slide hardly confirms absolute certainty, but the specs are quite clear. The device has a dual-core Intel Atom processor, packs 2GB of RAM, and has a 128GB SSD internal hard drive space. The solo slide claims further that it is capable of up to eight hours base battery life (plus four hours using the larger battery). Yes, batteries are swappable.
The slide shows it looking much like the Dell Latitude ST, with a 10.1-inch capacitive multi-touch screen; stylus optional. This slate comes with a fingerprint reader. Word is out that this table may just be one of a number of forthcoming models all running on Windows 8. We’re just hoping it is high quality enough hardware to make the OS work as it is meant to.
Of course, it has the necessary features for a pretty satisfactory multimedia experience, and connectivity options including Mobile Broadband and WLAN+ Bluetooth.
Whether this product is competitively priced or not remains to be seen, since mum is the word on the costing, though we suspect it will go for several hundred greenbacks, like its cousins.
The release date is another mystery—there might have been no more available space on that single slide for that. Stay tuned.