Budget tablet loses Wacom active digitizer, removable battery
Dell has created a budget version of its Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet for more price-conscious customers. The new essentials level offers a configuration that drops some aspects of the original, such as being able to remove the battery or have support for a Wacom active stylus, in order to put the slate's price down to as low as $500.
Source also reveals wireless dock for corporate ultrabooks
Information on Dell's Latitude 10 tablet continues to trickle out, as slides from an internal presentation have been leaked to tech site Neowin. The slides appear similar to those seen in a previous leak, though they provide more information on the device's form factor and capabilities. They reveal the Latitude 10 as a device specifically focused on the enterprise sector. Accompanying the leak was a bit of information on Dell's plans for enterprise-oriented ultrabooks, as well as a novel rumored solution to the problem of ports on ultrabooks.