Dell Latitude 10

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  1. excalibur1814

    excalibur1814 Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    This looks like a great business tablet but I can't believe that Dell is not going to release it with a dockable, folding keyboard.
     
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    I'm ok with not having a keyboard as the dock will mean plugging in a usb keyboard/mouse. Maybe if it sells a whole load they'll release one?

    I'd like to think so... .

    The one thing I liked about the Dell st was the rear soft plastic type surface which was VERY easy to hold or keep hold of. It would have been my favourite tablet so far if it wasn't for the terrible cpu
     
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    I don't like the lack of a pen silo, but full size SD has me intrigued. I guess it will come down to battery and screen quality for me.
     
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    cmergel DBA by trade.

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    I just had my Dell rep out and he said the 10 would have the same keyboard as the XPS 10 (ARM/RT). Same look and feel as the 10. I was able to hold this bad boy and I am excited for this one. The keyboard connection is awesome, folds perfect.
     
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    e-schreiber ƒ(x) / fashion Senior Member

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    It would make sense. Yet it's quite puzzling that they chose not to mention such a big plus when introducing the device to the press. So, if they ever confirm that such keyboard-dock exists, only tablet enthusiasts will know of it. Bad marketing strategy...
     
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    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    Did you notice I'd there was an attachment to keep the pen hooked to the tablet?
     
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    cmergel DBA by trade.

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    No pen attachment or silo on either (XPS 10 or the 10). They could have nicely built it in the silo on the keyboard, bummer really. The slate is so thin that it wouldn't have made sense to add the silo on the slate.
    And it's WACOM! And removable Batteries! Did I mention that its WACOM!
    PR is on my desk waiting for the release.....

    Another cool feature on the XPS 10 (ARM/RT) the keyboard has a secondary battery -Sweet!
    Unfortunately the Latitude 10 doesn't. -Don't understand that thinking...
     
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    The keyboard dock won't have a secondary battery built in? That doesn't make sense. If anything its necessary for the weight distribution

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
     
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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    That about says it all. Battery would have been nice ... matte display would have been nice but replacable battery and Wacom put this tablet out-in-front of the Atom-based tablets.
     
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