This year at CES 2016, Dell arrived with a couple of new tablets and notebook devices, each one with its specific purpose. Among the tablets just announced we have the Dell Latitude 12 7000, and the Latitude 11 5000. Interesting about these products is the fact that we’re getting high-end specs, and at least one USB Type-C 3.1 port for data transfer.
Dell Latitude 12 7000 is the higher tablet here, one that comes with a 12.5-inch display with either Full HD or 4K Ultra HD resolution. This device weighs just 730 grams and measures 8.1 mm in thickness. Those interested can go for an Intel Core M3, M5 or for a Intel Core M7 processor inside. Also, we can choose between Windows 10 or Windows 8.
On the specs sheet we also have two USB 3.1 Type-C/Thunderbold ports, an SD card reader and a 8-megapixel rear camera. Latitude 12 7000 comes with micro-SIM slot, and with a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor that looks great for video-calling via Skype. Not so attractive is the $1049 price tag for this tablet.
Getting back to Dell Latitude 11 5000, we get to know that we’re dealing with an 11-inch tablet with Full HD resolution, microHDMI port, and with options that include an Intel Core M3 and an Intel Core M5 processor. This tablet offers an USB Type-C port, an USB 3.0 port, SD card reader and a microSIM slot. Dell Latitude 11 5000 is priced at $749.
You should consider the fact that both these tablets are packing a qwerty keyboard in the package, one with touchpad included.