Dell today unraveled three new products that are powered by Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 OS. Targeted at enterprise users, Dell says the 10-inch Latitude tablet fits well in current IT environments due to the integration of Microsoft apps and features advanced encryption along with a removable battery. The Latitude 10 tablet also features a full-size USB port, optional mobile broadband, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and front and rear cameras.
The Latitude 6430u ultrabook boasts looks, durability and power. The ultrabook is built on the success of Dell XPS 13 that is 33 percent thinner and 16 percent lighter than the current 14-inch Latitude notebook and also meets rigorous MIL-STD810G standards for durability. As for its hardware, it comes with Intel Core processors, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI and VGA ports, HD webcam and more.
Finally, the Dell OptiPlex 9010 is powered by Intel’s Core vPro processors and comes with a 23-inch edge-to-edge touchscreen display, a fixed or rotating camera, USB 3.0, HDMI and VGA ports.
All devices will be available soon after Windows 8 goes on sale in October.