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Are business oriented tablets such as the Dell Latitude 10 better suited for the workplace than popular mainstream tablets such as the iPad? Dell believes their solutions are. Last month, Dell issued a press release in which it claimed its Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet is "up to 17 times faster and 94 percent less expensive to deploy than iPads in large scale enterprise implementations." Those are bold claims with very specific figures to back them up.  Regardless of how you feel about Apple, Dell, or another manufacturer's products, one thing is certain: the use of tablets for business purposes is gaining significant traction.

In this review, we are taking a hands-on look at the Latitude 10 Productivity Edition which is a high-end model of the tablet. With the Productivity edition, you'll get key features such as HDMI and a removable battery.  (A swappable battery, HDMI port, and micro-USB charging port are not available with the Essential edition of this tablet.) Dell was also kind enough to send us the optional docking station, Wacom Active Stylus, Dell KM713 Compact Wireless Keyboard and Mouse, Soft-touch case, and a spare 60Wh battery.

That's a whole bunch of accessibility features packed up and ready to go...


does the ddr2 ram hold it back at all?


Yeah kinda surprised about that too. I didn't think that stuff was still available in quantities large enough for a OEM to bother with.


ATOM SoC's are using the same LP-DDR2 RAM and eMMC storage as ARM devices use!

Samsung announced the production of the Industry’s first 2GB LPDDR3 Mobile Memory, Using 30nm-class Technology, back in September 2012... So unlike the PC market, the mobile market is still waiting to transition to DDR3...


Why only 2GB memory and USB2 instead of USB3? How much is saving for the company?


They need more mone for developing something new. So old parts are cheaper.