The Latitude 10 also has an optional dock of which expands the usability of the device.
For example, HDMI output, LAN (RJ 45) socket and 3x USB ports. The dock is not foldable but it does have some flexibility, just don’t push it to breaking point.
When mounted on the dock, the device looks like this. 😀 Pretty neat.
Overall user experience was good, I love the glass and the screen but audio is just average in my book.
In terms of battery life, I think it’s great. I had a day trip to Penang and the device was with me the whole day for drafting of content, Facebook browsing and also serve as a battery pack for my HTC One phone.
I also did the HP Printer Review with the Latitude 10 and it worked flawlessly, no driver installation was required.
The Latitude 10 is priced at RM 1380 without the docking station that’s available for RM 268. As for the battery, the 2 cell battery is Rm 68 while 4 cell battery is RM 154.
Overall I think it’s the best choice of tablet if you’re always on the go. The price of the battery units are cheap in my book, an additional 2 cell battery goes a long away.