Dell Latitude 11 5000 2-in-1

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    http://www.cnet.com/products/dell-latitude-11-5000/

    Some quick points of interest in the specifications:
    +Magnesium alloy chassis: This should mean better thermal dissipation, or, in other words, a much cooler to touch device with less throttling and higher sustained performance.
    +1.56 lbs for tablet on its own: This is a .04 lbs less than the outgoing Venue 11 Pro 7140 and on-par with (.01 lbs less than) the iPad Pro.
    +Wacom stylus technology: Ding dong, the terrible Synaptics pen is dead!
    +1 USB C port, 1 USB 3.0 A-type port and 1 micro HDMI port: There is everything someone would want, really, with legacy USB and HDMI and next-generation USB C. Honestly, this is one of the best port assortments I have seen yet.
    +Up to Core m5-6y57 processor, 8 GB RAM and 512 GB
    +Starting at $749 with 128 GB SSD, 4 GB RAM and Core m3-6y30 processor: Right on target with the rest of the current market pricing.
     
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    Here are full specifications from Tom's IT Pro ( http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/dell-latitude-business-2-in-1,1-3093.html ):

    Model 5175, 5179 (Security Edition) Specifications
    Processor Options Intel 2.20 GHz Core m3-6Y30, 2.80 GHz Core m5-6Y57
    Operating System Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro, Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
    Memory 4 GB or 8 GB LPDDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz
    Graphics Intel HD Graphics 515
    Display 10.8" FHD Touch with Corning Concore Glass (1920 x 1080), Anti-Finger Print, (16:9), 360 nits
    Storage Options SSD M.2 SATA 128/180/256/360/512 GB
    SSD M.2 SATA SED (Opal 2.0) 256/512 GB
    SSD M.2 PCIe NVMe 256/512 GB
    Security TPM 2.0 (TCG/FIPS-140-2 certification pending Spring 2016)
    Dell ControlVault 2.0 Contacted FIPS 201 Smartcard reader (5179 Only)
    Dell ControlVault 2.0 NFC Contactless Smartcard reader (5179
    Dell ControlVault 2.0 Touch Fingerprint reader (5179 only)
    Dell Data Protection/Security Tools
    Docking Options Dell Tablet Dock (65W)
    Dell Dock (130W) – Type-C Compatible
    Multimedia Stereo Speaker with MaxxAudio Pro, 5MP front camera, 8MP rear camera
    Power 35WHr (2 Cell) battery - Field Replaceable, 30W AC adapter
    Connectivity options Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 802.11AC Wi-Fi + BT 4.1 LE Wireless Card (2x2) Low Power, Intel Pro WiDi & Miracast
    NXP NFC (optional for 5175)
    Dell ControlVault 2.0TM NFC (5179 only)Optional Mobile Broadband
    Ports & Slots 1 x USB 3.0 Type-C
    1 x Full Size USB 3.0 Type-A
    1 x micro HDMI
    SD 4.0 Memory Card Reader (3-in-1; micro, SD, SDHC, SDIO, SDXC with UHS)
    1 x micro SIM card slot (on WWAN model only)
    Dimensions & Weight Width Tablet: 11.0 inches (279.8mm)
    Height Tablet:
    5175 - 0.42 inches (10.78mm), 5179 - 0.56 inches (14.32mm)
    Height Tablet with Keyboard (closed):
    5175 - 0.84 inches (21.23mm), 5179 - 0.97 inches (24.75mm)
    Height Tablet with Slim Keyboard (closed):
    5175 - 0.83 inches (21.0mm), 5179 - 0.96 inches (24.3mm)
    Length Tablet:
    6.96 inches (176.8mm)

    Starting Weight Tablet:
    5175 - 1.56 lbs (0.71kg); 5179 - 1.67 lbs (0.76kg)
    Starting Weight Tablet with Keyboard:
    5175 - 3.15 lbs (1.43kg); 5179 - 3.26 lbs (1.48kg)
    Starting Weight Tablet with Slim Keyboard:
    5175 - 2.65 lbs (1.20kg); 5179 - 2.76 lbs (1.25kg)
    Input Touch Display
    Integrated Array Microphones
    Active Pen (Optional)
    2 Backlit Keyboards with Precision touchpad (Optional)
    Systems Management Intel vPro (iAMT 11.0) Technology’s advanced management features, Dell Client Command Suite
    Warranty Limited Hardware Warranty Standard 1-year Mail-in Service after Remote Diagnosis11 optional 3, 4 and 5-year hardware warranty extensions
    Peripherals Dell Tablet Dock, Dell Dock, Dell Tablet Stand, Dell Latitude 11 Rotating Folio, Dell Active Pen, Dell Latitude 11 Keyboard with Active pen garage, Dell Latitude 11 Keyboard Folio, Dell Adapter - USB-C to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 3.0
     
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    The biggest put-off here in my opinion is that the standard keyboard weighs 1.6 pounds (and doesn't appear to have a battery?), and even the slim one weighs 1.1 pounds.

    That's just absurd, in my opinion. The slim one is double the weight of the Surface 3 Type Cover, for example.

    Pretty much everything else though is exactly what I'd be looking for to finally replace my Pro 2. A second USB-C port would be nice, but it's not a dealbreaker.
     
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    That standard keyboard has a battery to extend battery life just like the Venue 11 Pro's Dell Tablet Keyboard - Mobile. The only difference is now this accessory and the Latitude's other slim keyboard cover have backlit keys.
     
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    Aah, sorry, I was going by the Toms IT Pro spec list for that.
     
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    The larger mobile keyboard also has an active stylus that comes included and is stowable and charges in the keyboard. Smart move, if you ask me. I prefer the kickstand, weight, size and aspect ratio on the Surface 3, though. Mesosphere's Surface Air is what many of us largely want here.
     
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    Anyone know whether this will be compatible with existing Venue 11 accessories? It might be an option if I need to replace my 7130, and don't want to bin the (expensive!) mobile keyboard.
     
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    I ordered the M3 version last night. If anyone else is thinking about snagging one, I found a 10% off coupon (SAVE10%BIZ). Now the two week wait begins...
     
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