Dell Latitude 10 gets released once again, with an 'Enhanced Security' edition

Dell launches the Latitude 10 Enhanced Security edition, aimed at the enterprise market.

Published Tue, Feb 26 2013 5:34 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:24 PM CST

Dell have updated their Latitude 10, releasing the "Enhanced Security" version of their 10.1-inch slate. Dell's updated Latitude 10 Enhanced Security is the only dual-authentication Windows 8-based tablet on the block, providing an integrated SmartCard and fingerprint reader.

Dell Latitude 10 gets released once again, with an 'Enhanced Security' edition |

If you thought they were the only two security measures, the tablet boasts Dell Data Protection, Trusted Platform Module 1.2, Microsoft BitLocker full-drive encryption, Computrace, and a Noble Lock slot. Inside the updated Latitude 10 Enhanced Security we find the aforementioned 10.1-inch 1366x768 IPS display with five-finger touch support and Gorilla Glass, an Intel Atom Z2760, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, 64GB SSD, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, HSPA+ support, a 720p front-facing camera backed up by an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and finally, a swappable 30Whr battery.

As for price, it is $200 more than the standard Latitude 10, at $779. Dell have also mande a point of their testing with Principled Technologies, which compared how easy it was to implement the Latitude 10 against the iPad in large scale environments. Their testing reported that the Latitude 10 is 17% faster and 94% less expensive to deploy, saving an incredible 580 hours in system preparation and installing applications.

Not only that, but Dell's updated Latitude 10 is also 99% faster when it comes to updating software, as well as 85% cheaper per device when maintenance over three years comes into play.


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