Dell Claims Latitude 10 Enhanced Security Tablet Whips iPad in the Enterprise
We’ve already peeped the “Essentials” version of Dell’s business-oriented tablet, but today the company announced the Enhanced Security version which is designed to offer the features most ideal for the enterprise, including Dell Data Protection/Access that uses fingerprint, smart card reader, and third-party security technology; Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 hardware; Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption; Computrace support for tracking a lost or stolen device; and a Noble Lock slot.
The Atom Z2760-based Latitude 10 tablet is available now for $779; the Essentials configuration is available for $579 (64GB) and $499 (32GB).
Dell Latitude 6430u
Dell also announced the Dell Wireless Dock, a WiGig docking station that promises something on the order of ten times the speed of WiFi and connectivity options that include DisplayPort, HDMI, USB 3.0 (x3), and audio in/out. Designed to work with ultrabooks such as the Dell Latitude 6430u, the dock retails for $249.