Dell VP Sam Burd said that the company has only sold 'hundreds of thousands' of its two Windows 8/RT tablets. Meanwhile, Dell is thinking about entering the wearable computing space.
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A new white paper from research firm Moor Insights and Strategy claims that Windows 8-based tablets could outsell Apple's iPad thanks to more features and better compatibility.
Dell is now selling a new version of its business oriented Windows 8 Latitude 10 tablet that has some extra security features such as a fingerprint reader and an integrated smart card reader.
Following a disappointing earnings call, Dell's executive team pitches their Windows 8 tablets for enterprise saying they have exactly what the industry is searching for in the form of the Latitude 10