According to Neowin, the Dell Latitude 10 will sport a 10.1-inch display (not 10.8- inches as reported elsewhere), a dual-core Intel "Clove Trail" Atom processor, 2GB RAM, up to 128GB SSD internal memory, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front facing camera and of course the Windows 8 operating system.
An interesting feature on the Latitude 10 is that it will have a removable battery, with two different sizes being offer. A smaller (and we assume lighter) version will provided 6-7 hours of usage and a larger (and heavier?) offering 10-12 hours.
Internet on the go
The leak also shows the Latitude 10 supporting both Wi-Fi and mobile data connections, allowing you to get online on the move via a SIM card.
There's no word on potential pricing, but we reckon it will come in at the new iPad end of the scale – so you best start saving up now.
We expect to see a raft of manufacturers release Windows 8 tablets at the time of launch, and the Dell Latitude 10 looks set to be one of them.
You can keep up to date with our Windows 8 tablets release date, specs and prices article, and make sure you check out our Windows 8 tablet hands on video below.
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