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Dell intros Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet for government, law enforcement and banks

ByinTablets | February 28, 2013

Dell Latitude 10The world got to know Dell’s Latitude 10 in October 2012. Last month at CES 2013 the company announced the Essentials configuration, aiming the tablet at schools and small businesses. A month and a half later, Dell unveils another iteration, the Latitude 10 Enhanced Security, designed to address the costly and time consuming management and security challenges faced by organizations deploying tablets. The tablet costs $799 and Dell expects that it will be picked up mainly by the government, law enforcement, healthcare organizations, financial institutions and banks.

Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security Tablet

Latitude 10 Enhanced SecurityTablets are increasingly becoming a standard IT devices but as such require much more time and money input than other standard Windows-based devices such as laptops and desktops. However, this is not the case with the Latitude 10 Enhanced Security. Tests comparing various aspects of the Latitude with the iPad reveal that Dell’s product is up to 17 times faster and 94 percent less expensive to deploy. It is also up to 99 percent faster for software updates and up to 85 percent cheaper per device to maintain over a three-year period. That is quite impressive.

The Latitude 10 Enhanced Security is powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor Z2760 and is designed to fit easily into an already-existing IT environment. Running Windows 8, the tablet is a perfect choice for companies that utilize PCs over Macs. The Latitude 10 comes with a number of security features including Dell Data Protection|Access, a management suite for both the device’s biometric security hardware and third-party software, Trust Platform Module, BitLocker, Noble Lock, Computrace Suport and more.

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One Response to “Dell intros Latitude 10 Enhanced Security tablet for government, law enforcement and banks”

  1. Great article.

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