As for the tablet, the Latitude 10 boasts a 10-inch display and has a replaceable battery. Being geared towards corporate and education/government/healthcare use, it has features that aren’t necessary on consumer tablets, including a fingerprint reader and a smart card reader. Dell says that the tablet is designed to work with industry-specific software. The tablet also includes Dell’s own data protection and encryption software.
The Dell OptiPlex 9010 AIO has a touch screen, taking advantage of Windows 8’s touch capabilities. Dell hasn’t offered much information about the all-in-one’s specs, but it has said the system will have an articulating stand and a fixed or rotating webcam.
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