Fresh details of Dell’s upcoming tablet, the Latitude 10 have been released through leaked slides. The tablet could be launched during Q4 2012 and it’s aimed at business users. This will coincide with the arrival of Windows 8 OS. The Dell Latitude 10 will sport a huge 10.1” capacitive display at 1366 x 768 pixels resolution. The screen will furthermore be protected by Gorilla glass and will support the Wacom active stylus. The 1.5GHz Intel Atom Cover Trail dual-core processor and 2GB of RAM should deliver a decent performance level for Windows 8’s sleek tile-based interface. A 128GB SSD will provide the internal storage, while ports for Ethernet, HDMI output and USB 2.0 will be available as well.
Battery is user replaceable and the Latitude 10 will feature security settings that come to be expected from devices destined for the enterprise sector. Security features will come in the form of smart card reader and fingerprint reader. Dell’s presentation slides also divulge an upcoming Windows RT tablet that may come with ports typically used on ultrabooks. There’s also a proposal for wireless dock that allows users to access various peripherals without sacrificing exceptional thinness.