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A business-friendly Windows tablet with great battery life

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The Dell Latitude 10 is a solid Windows 8 tablet with stellar battery life, but it quickly becomes expensive -- and bulky -- when you add on the corporate-friendly peripherals.

Critic reviews

7.6
10 reviews
  • Speed and features
    6.3
  • Design and form factor
    6.8
  • Battery life
    8.8
  • Display
    7.5
  • Durability
    8.0
  • Expandability
    6.5
  • Noise
    10
  • Portability (size / weight)
    7.5

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User reviews

8.5
2 reviews
8.0
Engadget Mar 22, 2013

The price is also pretty steep when you factor in all the extras that make this system so corporate-friendly. If your pockets can handle it, splashing out for the highest-end configuration with all the bells and whistles will net you a solid product.

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8.0
PC Mag Feb 22, 2013

If battery power, maximum portability, legacy program compatibility, and IT mandates are keeping your business from rolling out tablets, then take a long hard look at the Dell Latitude 10.

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7.0
ZDNet Mar 11, 2013

The Atom-based Latitude 10 cannot compete with ultrabook-class Windows 8 tablets like the Surface Pro in terms of performance... Although some aspects of the industrial design and build quality could be better, this is a decent business-class Windows 8 tablet.

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7.0
CNET Feb 12, 2013

Frankly, the Latitude 10 fails to excite, but that's not always a bad thing if you're appealing to the staid corporate IT market.

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7.0
Wired Mar 6, 2013

Overall, the Latitude 10 is a capable tablet that will serve well its target market. That is, of course, if you can pry the iPads out of their cold, dead fingers.

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7.0
Laptop Magazine Feb 8, 2013

With its amazing battery life, durable soft-touch design, bright display and wide array of optional add-ons, the Windows 8-powered Dell Latitude 10 is a versatile business tablet. Just don't expect a good camera or Ultrabook-like performance.

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8.0
PC Advisor Mar 8, 2013

Dell's first Windows 8 tablet is an Atom SoC soluton that's aimed primarily at business users thanks to a slew of security options, including TPM, biometrics, SmartCard and encryption software for local and USB drives.

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8.0
TechRadar Jul 29, 2013

So can we recommend the Latitude 10? Yes, but with one key caveat - it is not a laptop replacement if you do intensive tasks of any sort.

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9.0
Notebookcheck Mar 6, 2013

Although the overall performance is pretty average, its still good enough for simple office tasks. Those who don't need a top-performing tablet but rather want a sturdy and secure device should definitely consider the Dell Latitude 10.

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8.0
jswedtech jswedtech

I’ve been using the Dell Latitude 10 tablet for about a week now, and for the first time since Apple turned the portable computing world on its head with the iPad I can say there’s a glimmer of hope for Windows-based tablets. While the overall experience is vastly improved from the Windows 7...

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9.0
koppit koppit

This is a great weight to hold. A little slow in the processor department, but for what I use it for (similar to an iPad), it does everything I can throw at it. Can't add memory or disk space, but there is an SD card slot. Display is good, but not high resolution. I actually find this OK, and it...

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