As part of its CES 2016 lineup, Dell showed off the new Latitude 12 7000 2-in-1. Well, almost a 3-in-1, really, since you can dock it to something much bigger and also use it like a desktop PC. In any case, it's a pretty hot new Windows 10 business-focused device and we've had chance to check it out first hand out in Las Vegas.
It's not cheap, starting at $1,049, but there's a fair amount of hardware packed in for that. Besides the 12.5-inch 4K display poking you in the eye you also get digital pen support, USB-C, a pretty sleek chiclet keyboard, Intel Core m processor, microSD card slot, LTE support and something that's built to take the rigours of all that business life.
It's similar on some fronts to the already announced XPS 12 but with a different target audience. Either way it's a nice piece of hardware once again from Dell. Check out a quick video tour above and be sure to visit our dedicated CES 2016 page for the full run down on everything from the year's first big tech extravaganza.
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