Latitude ST 10"Tablet
Processor: Intel® Atom® Processor Z670 (1.50GHz, 512KB)
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium,Media, 32-bit, English
Display: 10.1" WXGA (1280x800) Wide Viewing Angle LED with Corning® Gorilla® Glass, Pen & Touch Input
Memory: 2GB2 DDR2 SDRAM at 800MHz
HD: 32GB Mobility Solid State Drive
Video Card: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 600
Warranty: 1 Year Basic Hardware Service with 1 Year Mail-in Service
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 600
Dual Webcams with Digital Microphone - 1.3MP Front / 5.0MP Rear
4-cell (30WH) Primary Lithium Ion Battery
30W A/C Adapter (3-pin)
Dell Wireless™ 1535C 802.11a/b/g/n And BlueTooth 4.0
Plus you can upgrade to 64GB or 128 GB SSD
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Last edited by widgit; 11-23-2012 at 06:30 PM..
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Yep, tempting but I guess isn't worth it.
Even if you have a spare Win8 license from the $15 deal (like me ), it will be messy to install and the performance still compromised.
I think I will wait a better Win 8 tablet deal.
One drawback is the tablet only has 2gb off non-upgradeable memory. I would suggest the 64gb storage upgrade for an extra $33 since windows is a storage hog. It's only useful if you have a specific use case that can't be handled by an Ipad or Android tablet but, with that said, it's pretty cheap for a W7 tablet which is capable of running W8 (with a caveat that the screen resolution is below the 1366 mark).
Folks who want a tablet that works with a stylus and folks who want to run UBUNTU on this device may find it particularly interesting.
Last edited by groundhogdaze; 11-23-2012 at 01:26 PM..
One drawback is the tablet only has 2gb off non-upgradeable memory. I would suggest the 64gb storage upgrade for an extra $33 since windows is a storage hog. It's only useful if you have a specific use case that can't be handled by an Ipad or Android tablet but, with that said, it's pretty cheap for a W8 tablet.
Thank you for the tip, but this Tablet isn't a W8 tablet as it comes loaded with Windows 7 instead.
Maybe Windows 8 capable, sorta of...
If I paid the retail price for this tablet, I'd be inclined to leave a crappy review as well but if you factor in the sale price and the fact that this tablet runs much faster once you throw out all the dell bloatware and load W8 on it, it's not so bad, however, I would not recommend this device to anyone who plans to run it stock unless I didn't like them. Folks who aren't specifically looking for an x86 tablet should avoid this device.
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