With the release of Windows 8 quickly approaching, Dell is taking the opportunity to reveal its full line-up of PCs and tablets designed to take full advantage of the features present in the upcoming OS. In addition to revealing its extensive PC portfolio, Dell has also made a number of these products available for purchase today.
I can say that Dell Latitude 10 is an interesting product with an interesting price tag as well see this.
If the news are correct, it should cost $600 for the tablet alone. Comparing to Microsoft Surface RT with ARM CPU and all that, this Latitude 10 is x86-based and are ready to run full windows experience.
And about the Convertible 12, this is funny right here. I remember when the Dell first introduced this convertible running Windows 7, it only cost around $600-$700 for that uniquely-designed laptop. And now with the arrival of Windows 8, they double the price (according to this. I didn't remember the specification precisely so that maybe is the cause.