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Dell Latitude 10 Tablet: First Video Interview

The latest Dell Think Tank was at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I listened and tweeted throughout. Guests at the table included students, educators, higher education professionals, superintendents, tech marketplace professionals and even a tech reviewer… or two. The audience also included some recognizable advocates for education and education technology change. I have to admit that listening and tweeting takes about as much concentration and energy as participating in the conversation. Actually, I felt that I was in the conversation. Good point for doing that sort of thing in regular classrooms. I may have missed some things, but not a lot, and I was really vested/involved in the discussion.

So, when lunchtime rolled around, I was ready for a short break. That didn’t happen. Dell wondered if I’d like to see something new. Anyone who knows me–knows that I cannot resist those offers. While I grabbed a bagged lunch on the go, I didn’t have much time for it. The new Dell Latitude 10 Tablet was waiting for me. Prying it out of the hands of Dell’s master of product planning, Tim Gee, was a challenge–it was his baby. I did get a chance to play with it under his watchful eye–it was quick, slim, cool and responsive with a removable battery.

Please watch my video interview and review–it is the First Video Interview for the Dell Latitude 10:

Here are the Dell Latitude 10 specs:


  • Width: 10.8” / 274.0mm
  • Starting Height: 0.4” / 10.5mm
  • Depth: 7.0” / 176.6mm
  • Starting weight: 725g with 2 cell batteryDisplay: 10.1” IPS (1366 x 768) Wide View Angle LED with Corning® Gorilla® Glass, Capacitive 10 Finger Touch and Optional Wacom Active StylusProcessor: Intel’s next generation Intel® AtomTM System on Chip (SoC)Security:Intel® Platform Trust Technology, lock slot, optional hardware TPM 1.2, optional Fingerprint Reader and Smart Card Reader (available in January), optional Dell Data Protection | Encryption (available in January)Graphics:Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator (533MHz)Memory: 2GB DDR2 SDRAM (800MHz) integrated
  • Storage Options

    eMMC: up to 128GB

    Power/Docking: 30 Watt AC Adapter, Optional productivity dock (4 USB 2.0 ports, Gigabit LAN, HDMI, audio output, power input)

    Connectivity: WLAN and Bluetooth, Mobile Broadband option

    Battery Options: 2-cell (30 WHr) Lithium Ion swappable battery 4-cell (60 WHr) Lithium Ion swappable battery

    Ports/Slots: Full-size USB 2.0, Full-size SD memory card reader, docking connector, stereo headphone/microphone combo jack, micro-USB charging port, mini-HDMI, micro-SIM (WWAN only)

    Camera: Integrated 720p HD front video webcam/8MP rear camera, AF and rear LED flash

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