Before we start, we should put up a disclaimer saying that no pricing has been announced yet. The $500 / 500 Euro figure is our best guess based on the rumors on the net and previous device generations.
That said, the Dell Latitude 10 is a business-centric device that, unlike Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702, does, in fact, use the Atom Z2760 Clover Trail central processing unit.
Measuring 10 inches, it runs Windows 8 Professional and will get a standalone desktop dock that provides extra AC power and charging, full-size USB 3.0 ports, Ethernet and an SD card slot.
It seems as though Dell is doing what everyone else is doing by not giving out all the hardware details. This isn't so strange, knowing that all tablets of its sort have overall similar insides (RAM and storage).
What the company does pay closer mind to is the swappable battery and “robust security options” like Dell Data Protection and Encryption (encrypts all data from the HDD to the USB port).
Latitude 10, Dell's Clover Trail Business Tablet with Windows 8
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