Looking to expand upon the initial success of the standard Latitude 10, today Dell has announced the new Latitude 10 essentials configuration. The new configuration is aimed at users looking for an affordable full-featured tablet.
Similar to the other configurations, the new tablet is comprised of a magnesium alloy frame and covered with soft-touch paint and the device offers a protective Corning Gorilla Glass display. The tablet is powered by an Intel Atom processor, and is capable of running Windows 8 Snap Mode, allowing users to multi-task.
The Latitude 10 is available with an optional dock with a traditional keyboard and mouse, or users can take advantage of its USB port to connect to existing equipment.
The device also offers an optional Dell ProSuport for 24/7 online or by phone support.
The new Latitude 10 is enterprise ready and comes with slew a features aimed at the work place. The device does not require new mobile device management or software licensing, it supports both legacy and new Windows applications, it is compatible with Adobe Flash, and connects to existing peripherals. Along with other Latitude 10 devices, this device also allows seamless sharing of one device among multiple users.
The Latitude 10 essentials configuration 64GB version is available today starting at $580 and a 32GB version will be available in the coming months for $500.