Cheaper version will launch in the coming weeks
Dell has unveiled a new configuration for tablet shoppers on a budget who are interested in a Windows 8 tablet. The new configuration is being aimed at schools and small businesses and will be available for under $500. The tablet runs Windows 8 and features a touchscreen. The tablet also has an available docking station.
Like the other Latitude 10 configurations, this tablet has a magnesium alloy frame, soft touch paint, and 10.1-inch screen covered in Corning Gorilla Glass. Other features of the machine include full-size USB port and more.
The tablet will be available with 64 GB of storage starting today for $579. In the coming months a cheaper version selling for $499 will be available that has 32 GB of storage. The standard Latitude 10 configuration debuted in March and includes a Wacom active stylus. The essentials version like that stylus and lacks the standard Latitude 10's swappable battery. The essentials version also loses the LED flash for the rear camera.