Thanks to the people from Neowin, we now have a picture of a slide giving us details about the upcoming Dell Latitude 10 which was rumored to run on a Windows 8 operating system. Apparently, the model will have a 10.1-inch screen and will have Intel’s Clover Trail Atom processor (the new 32NM chip).
With a resolution of 1366×768 pixels (around 155PPi), the display should be quite decent. Intel’s Imagination graphics engine will take hard of video processing. The device will have an SSD which can hold up to 128 GB. Other features include a 2 gigabyte RAM, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, an 8 MP rear camera and a 2 MP front-facing camera.
Some notable features are the swappable batteries (choose from a 2 cell or a 4 cell model which can reach up to 6 to 10 hours), an optional stylus, a fingerprint reader, and a smart card reader. On the other hand, this device is slightly heavier and thicker than the new iPad because it weighs 740 grams and 177 mm.
No news has been announced by the company regarding confirmation about its Latitude 10 tablet. So, for those who got excited, we may have a little while to wait.