Dell Latitude ST

The Dell Latitude ST is a Windows tablet with an Intel Atom Z670 processor and a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel display. It’s aimed at enterprise customers including business, education, and medical industries where it will go head-to-head with the HP Slate 2 rather than the Apple iPad 2.

Dell introduced the Latitude ST a few weeks ago, and now it’s available for order for $859. It’s expected to ship later this month.

That price covers the basic configuration with Windows 7 Home Premium, 64GB of storage, and 2GB of RAM. But you can also get Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate, and up to 128GB of storage space if you’ve got some extra cash to burn.

The tablet features an LED display with a capacitive touch panel and active digitizer for pen or finger input. It also has a Corning Gorilla Glass screen.

The Latitude ST features 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, and there’s an option for an HSPA+ mobile broadband card with A-GPS.

As far as input and output, the tablet has a single USB 2.0 port, an SD card slot, HDMI port, mic/headphone combo jack, and a dock connector as well as a mono speaker and built-in mic. There’s a 5MP rear camera and a 720p front-facing camera.

Dell also offers an optional docking station with 3 USB ports, a Gigabit LAN port, HDMI and audio output.

The tablet measures 10.6″ x 7.3″ x 0.6″ and weighs 1.8 pounds.

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3 replies on “Dell Latitude ST business tablet now available for $859”

  1. Intel Atom Z670 destroys this.  All of the disadvantages of ARM but with none of the advantages.

    1. Agreed! For me lack of VGA out is also a dealbreaker. A lot of projectors I connect devices to in work enviroments still only support VGA (not HDMI). That is changing but we’re still years away at my work sites.

      1. Could always get a HDMI to VGA converter box or use a USB to VGA adapter to get around it for now.  Remember this will be running Windows and will have a full size USB port available.  So a little more flexible than most ARM tablets.

        Though some like the Asus Transformer/Prime and the Apple iPad do have adapters you can get for them for VGA output.

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