Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet for business-oriented users

Dell has officially announced its latest Windows 8 slate PC, the Dell Latitude 10 with Enhanced Security. Aimed at corporate users, this business-friendly tablet is perfectly for use in government agencies, healthcare organization, and financial institutions. For improved security feature, new Dell Latitude 10 tablet delivers integrated fingerprint sensor, SmartCard reader and TPM (Trusted Platform Module). Dell-Latitude-10-with-Enhanced-Security-Official

The Dell Latitude 10 with Enhanced Security meets stringent regulations including FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard), SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley Act), and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).

Along with enhanced security, new Dell Latitude 10 boasts a dual-core 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 32GB/64GB solid state drive. Moreover, it provides a SD memory card reader and runs Windows 8 Professional operating system.

The Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet packs a 10.1-inch touchscreen IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, five-finger touch support, and optional Wacom stylus pen. Its battery life is able to up to 10 hours per full single charge. Weighing about 700 grams, dimensions of new Latitude 10 are 274 x 177 x 13.4 mm.

You can grab the Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet now, its cost starting from $779. As mention, the 64GB Latitude 10 essentials configuration is sold for $579, while 32GB model is currently available for price tag $499.

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Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet for business-oriented users
Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security Tablet Meets the Security, Manageability and Reliability Needs of Government Agencies, Financial Institutions and Healthcare Organizations
– Dell Latitude 10 with enhanced security sets the standard for business-friendly tablets with more industry-leading security features than any other device
– A third-party study finds Latitude 10 tablets are up to 17 times faster and 94 percent less expensive to deploy than iPads in large scale enterprise implementations [1]

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