A while back we reported on the Alienware 13 gaming laptop and today we’ve got an exciting launch, by Dell this time: the Dell Latitude 13 700 tablet/laptop. The tablet doubles as a laptop, or it can be the other way around. Let’s take an in depth look at the new Dell Latitude 13 700 tablet/laptop and its brand-new Core M chip.
Dell Latitude 13 700 Tablet/Laptop
Dell has packed the newest technology on the market, the Intel Core M chip, in newest device, the Dell Latitude 13 700 tablet/laptop hybrid. With this product, the company is creating some tough competition for Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3.
The Dell Latitude 13 700 tablet/laptop us a 13.3-inch tablet that can be attached to a keyboard dock, thus transforming itself into a neat little laptop. Dell says that this tablet/laptop is much more battery friendly than other regular laptops.
The main thing that allows this tablet function as a laptop is the Intel Core M chip, a new low-powered personal computer chip which has been adapted for tablets; it was made using 14-nanometer process.
The Dell Latitude 13 7000 tablet/laptop lays the foundation for wire-free computing, which is, we believe, where personal computing is heading in the future.
Unfortunately, Dell hasn’t released any more details about the features of this tablet/laptop just yet, but by the look of the promotional picture, it’s going to be quite a device!
What we do know about the Dell Latitude 13 7000 tablet/laptop is that it can provide up to 512 GB of internal storage, 8 GB of RAM, a 2 MP front camera, an 8 MP rear camera and has a screen resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Remember that the Surface Pro 3 has a screen resolution of 2160 x 1440-pixels. The Dell has LTE broadband connectivity, as opposed to the Pro 3. It starts from $1,199 and it will become available worldwide starting October.
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