Building on the rugged tablet that was first launched back in 2015, Dell has this week announced new upgrades to its Latitude 12 tablet, which has been specifically designed to operate in extreme conditions.
The latest edition of the Latitude 12, reference 7212 is now equipped with a faster processor featuring both Skylake and Kaby Lake microarchitecture, together with a new 11.6” FHD display.
Other improvements include an enhanced cover glass, USB-C connector, higher-capacity solid state drive (SSD) option as well as other improvements. The new Latitude 12 model 7212 weighs 1.27 kilograms with a 2-cell hot swappable dual batteries.
Powerful processors including both 6th and 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i Dual Quad Core CPUs help your Rugged live up to its workhorse reputation. We leave our competitors in the dust as the only Tier 1 vendor with a rugged extreme product line. Our rigorous “test-to-fail” methodology ensures uncompromised performance even from the most demanding mobile users.
– Outstanding visibility: Even if you work in the brightest sunlight, you’ll be able to view whatever is on your screen without straining your eyes. Optional FHD displays with etched Gorilla Glass provide an unmatched outdoor viewing experience.
– Resistive multi-touch screen: Regardless of the environmental conditions your job requires you to be in you’ll be able to work uninterrupted thanks to a glove touch capable screen.
– Ready for impact: Made with shock-absorbent materials to withstand drops, falls and tosses. Rugged handles hit after hit, just like you handle whatever your workday throws your way.
Source: AnandTech : DellFiled Under: Tablet News, Top News