Mobile World Congress induced the enthusiasm in every gadgets freak as each passing day shines out with something refreshing and interesting. Now, it’s the turn of Dell, company seems to be pretty excited…!! Not the company is not launching any device but invigorated its Dell Latitude 10” Windows 8 tablet. If you remember, Dell showcased this device earlier this year at CES 2013 particularly in to converge at educational purposes and now at MWC, the same device has been launched with the tabulating enhanced security system.
Other influencing accretions to the enhanced device are a fingerprint reader and an interspersed smart card reader, which permit Dell to confidently showcase the Latitude 10 enhanced security edition as the only dual-authentication Windows 8 tablet currently on the market.
Further you will get the same hardware as the older version of Latitude 10, including an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 64GB solid-state storage, a 10.1-inch Gorilla Glass screen and Windows 8 already specified.
Recently Dell and Intel-commissioned Harris Interactive online survey and according to the outcomes of the survey, the introduction of tablets into corporate circumstances has formulated a more costly and difficult supervision process for IT managers in multiple industries. And Dell’s Latitude 10 is specifically designed to overwhelm all these challenges because Dell Latitude 10 comes with enhanced security that sets the benchmark for business-friendly tablets with more industry-leading security features than any other device.
Further according to the third-party testing accomplished by the Principle Technologies at which point it is set over against with iPad and the study betrayed Latitude 10 tablets are up to 17 times faster and 94 percent less expensive to deploy than iPads in large scale enterprise implementations.
The Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security variant is available worldwide today and costs $779 (USD) . Whereas 64GB configuration is available at $579USD starting price and 32GB configuration is available for $499USD.MWC 2013: Dell brings out the refreshed version of Latitude 10 tablet,