Dell release details of new Windows 8 Tablet, Ultrabook and All In One

Dell recently gave a sneak peek into their new line of tablets, ultrabooks and all in ones.

First up is the Dell Latitude 10 tablet.

The tablet sports encryption, media policy tools, an easily swappable battery, a fingerprint scanner and smart card reader for really robust security needs.

It has an Intel Atom processor along with 2GB of RAM, up to 128GB of flash memory and dual front and rear cameras.

Next, the Dell OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One

This sleek looking monster includes an articulating stand, third generation Intel Core processors and a touchscreen option for Windows 8 finger use.

Last up, the 14-inch Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook

Meant to be lighter and thinner than it’s predecessor, this laptop weighs 3.7 pounds. It sports third-generation Intel Core CPUs all the way up to beefy Core i7 chips.

Rumor has it that it should last for a full day on one charge.

That’s it folks. This is some more of the Windows 8 goodness coming to a store near you.

What do you think of Dell’s Windows 8 lineup?

  • Bolo

    The day you say something possitive about a Microsoft product without being sceptical, is the day I might consider switching from Apple to Microsoft, yes I know there is no scepital in this article, but u are sceptical about the button on this article(The Windows button on Windows 8 Tablets) even though u haven’t used it yet. I’m not sure why they r not in the same article.. you probably getting carrots from MS fan boys.

    • Onuora Amobi


      I have no words…