Dell Hits the Right Price with Latitude 10 Tablet Running Windows 8

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DocBogus

Ridiculous prices, no matter how much anyone is paid to say the contrary.

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big_montana

It is larger than the iPad yet cheaper, and you say the pricing is ridiculous? What would you price this at then tell us please as we are waiting with baited breath, and would it be profitable?

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whitneymr

Bingo Montana, it's one thing to say it should cost less and staying in business when your numbers have no relation to reality.

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whr4usa

+1

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Paper Jam

This is what MS needs. If properly marketed, this is how Windows can take on the iPad. Windows needed this 2 years ago. (I still hate Metro, but that is a personal opinion.)

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whr4usa

+1

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burntham77

32 gigs on x86 Windows is going to be rough, even with Windows 8 being a little trimmer compared to previous versions.

Around 600 dollars for the 64 gig version seems to be the baseline. Acer has a similar tablet for that price, Samsung has one for 650 dollars. There are a few others too. I have used a couple with the Atom CPU and it gets the job done. The desktop is a little sluggish, especially when installing software, but it runs and you can get things done.

Oddly enough, the 1366x768 resolution actually makes the Windows desktop easier to use on a 10 inch screen.

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whr4usa

+1

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jgottberg

But can it run Crysis?

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Peanut Fox

If you count the streaming cloud version....yes :P

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jgottberg

lol!

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dramsey

"magnesium ally"?

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DeltaFIVEengineer

Must be aluminum.

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