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Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth Driver
It's not a very powerful tablet, but it's useful for Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth non-CPU-intensive apps and it should benefit field workers who need something simple with which to enter data. Its big draw cards are strong build quality, built-in ports, long battery life, and a battery that can also be easily swapped — further increasing its field runtime. Physical features Physically, the Latitude 10 has a 10in, xpixel screen that's protected by Gorilla Glass, and the tablet overall is 11mm thick.
It feels good to hold thanks to a slightly textured back, and at g it also feels very light.
Unlike many other Windows 8 tablets we've seen, the buttons on this model are rubberised and they are hard to press. That means you will never accidentally end up switching off the screen or changing volume, but at the same time you might be frustrated with how much force you have to apply to press them. These buttons, the Gorilla Glass, and a magnesium alloy frame all combine to give this Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth more of a rugged feel than others we've tested to date.
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One of the best aspects of the Latitude 10 is its connectivity. It has a USB 2. You can easily charge this tablet with a phone charger or by connecting it to a laptop or desktop PC. All this stuff makes the Latitude 10 one of the most convenient Atom-powered, Windows 8-based business tablets on the Australian market.
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Windows 8 swipe-in gestures worked first go every time and the Windows 8 Start screen was a pleasure to use. As with all Windows 8 tablets, the touch experience isn't great when using the Desktop, especially for browsing the Web. To that end, we preferred to browse the Web through the Start screen's native Internet Explorer 10 browser in full-screen mode. This provided the best browsing experience for us, especially because the keyboard appears automatically as soon as you put the cursor in a text field on a desktop browser like Firefox, the keyboard has to be invoked Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth.
The screen's xpixel resolution is higher than that of the competing HP ElitePadand it looks a lot sharper than that tablet. Colours looked vibrant and the screen brightness was adequate. However, with Gorilla Glass on the front, reflections did become annoying, especially when we used it in the office.
An ambient light sensor is built in to the tablet, and it worked much better than the sensor on many other Windows 8 tablets that we've seen to date. The power button and auto-rotate screen toggle at the top, as well as the SD card slot.
The volume controls on the left side, as well as the cable lock facility. The dock connector which is where the power adapter plugs in, tooand the micro-USB port which can be used to charge from a computer.
Performance and battery life As far as its performance is concerned, don't expect to be quick. Basically, the Latitude 10's performance is good enough for Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth tasks such as Web browsing and document creation as long as you have a keyboard and dock for the tabletand it can also be used for the playback of local video files. It isn't designed to be used for multitasking, nor for running CPU-intensive applications, and it's best suited to running one application at a time only.
Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth can sometimes struggle with Web sites that have a lot of Flash elements. Indeed, sites that required a lot of CPU usage for their Flash elements made the tablet slow down to a crawl, and this was manifested through unresponsive scrolling actions and an unresponsive on-screen keyboard.
There is not enough grunt from the CPU to run many Web-based video streams. TV streams were also sluggish, but most YouTube clips we tried, even at p, worked well.
There is an SD card slot that allows more data to be stored, Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth needed. The SSD put up read and write rates of Battery life was excellent during our tests, especially when the ambient light sensor was enabled. In our rundown tests, in which we maximise screen brightness, enable Wi-Fi and loop an Xvid-encoded video file, the tablet lasted 6hr 42min, which is very good.
When we did the same test with the ambient light sensor enabled, it lasted 7hr 40min. With the battery removed. You could get even more out of it with a manually-set, low brightness level, Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth then reflections might make the screen a little too hard to see. The ability to remove the battery and replace it in the field should be appealing for environments where a full day of life away from a mains power source is required.
A version of this tablet with a sealed battery is also available.
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Other business features include Windows 8 Pro rather than the standard version of Windows 8, Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth can be found on consumer modelsan option for a productivity dock that allows for the tablet to sit upright on a desk and gives it more ports, and also an option for a Wacom active stylus for handwriting and Dell Latitude 10 ST2E Broadcom WLAN/Bluetooth accurate navigation.
We also feel that the built-in USB port and SD card slot are great productivity features — on some other tablets such as the ElitePadwe've had to go hunting for a USB adapter, which has been inconvenient. Other features of the Latitude 10 include built-in, dual-band Wi-Fi using a Broadcom chipBluetooth, and front and rear cameras 2-megapixel on the front and 8-megapixel on the rear.
The rear camera is assisted by a flash.