That consists of the tablet type “rugged” is a category of devices is not very wide and confined to a limited slice of the market, but does not fail to attract the interest of a certain target consumers and then from different manufacturers.
The gadget in question is the Dell Latitude 12 and it is, in fact, a tablet designed to be durable as well as efficient. This new tablet is aimed at users such as law enforcement officials and military and industry professionals, as well as to all those who enjoy outdoor activities more adventurous.
The Latitude 12 is the first rugged tablet in the lineup and Dell seems to show up with a good business card. The gadget is often nearly one inch and is able to withstand drops, shocks, water, dust, mud and bad weather.
The display offers visibility comparable to that of a screen with intensity of 1000nit using half of the lumen. Autonomy is given to a double battery that lasts 12 hours and can be replaced by “hot swap” (without switching the device).
The hardware configuration includes a 11.6-inch display with HD resolution (1366 x 768), Intel Core M Broadwell, up to 8GB of RAM, up to 512GB of internal memory SSD, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC , GPS and optional 4G LTE connectivity.
The starting cost of Latitude 12 will be $ 1,600 for the model with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of memory to get $ 2,000 more expensive model. Dell also proposes an additional keyboard (obviously rugged) that will make the gadget a real convertible 2-in-1.