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Dell Latitude 10 Tablet Tablets
P29,142.00 - (3 Prices)
    • Black
  • Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro
  • 10.1inch, 1366x768
  • 2GB DDR2 SDRAM (800MHz) i...

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Ok naman gamitin itong Dell Latitude 10 Tablet kasi maganda yung specs nito talaga at yung mga functions nito well responssived naman lahat deni-delivered ito ng windows 8 pro kaya naman sobrang ok ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.0
  • Review by Tony Kimura
  • Date : Jul 15, 2013

maganda yung processor nitong Dell Latitude 10 Tablet kasi windows 8 pro.tsaka comfortable itong gamitin lalo na sa internet browsing at mga e-books reading kasi yung wide screen ito sa size na 10.1 ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.0
  • Review by mond
  • Date : Jun 27, 2013

Maganda sha, at mabilis makapag downlod, kht mga lima clang sby sby, kya lng ang isang pinagtataka ko at pinuproblema, bkt mahina sha makasagap ng wifi signal , dto kc s work k my wifi s second floor, ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.0
  • Review by Edna Balcita Javillonar Arca
  • Date : Aug 26, 2014

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Kyle Millare

my question is

what is the best way to speed up the process?

  • Last updated : Aug 26, 2014
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CrAZZyMEH

LTE

Naka LTE nato , pero bakit pag naka on yung internet nito humina nman yung loading, ? Mas okay pa gamitin yung wifi nito..Tsaka naka octa-core na yung processor..pero bakit ganun padin kahina..

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pLAxyy24

which is?

Which is the best Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 or the Polaroid executive 9.7 tab?Any recommendation which is the best tablet i will buy?

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About Dell

Belonging under the manufacturing, software development and IT services industries, Dell is a US-based multinational company which is considered to be one of the largest technological corporations with more than 103, 300 employees worldwide. It deals primarily in the sale of personal computers, data storage devices, software, servers, network switches, cameras, MP3 players, printers and other computer peripherals.

History

The beginning of Dell is like any other IT success story. Michael Dell who was then a student in the University of Texas at Austin, started selling IBM PC compatible computers that were built from stock parts and components. The company called PC’s Limited, which was headquartered in Dell’s dorm room, served many university students and was quite successful. This resulted to Dell dropping out of school and focusing on his start-up business. In 1985, the company’s first ever computer was introduced and sold for $795. The rest, as they say, was history with the company earning a gross income of $73 million during its first year.

In 1988, the company was renamed and rebranded Dell Computer Corporation and started expanding globally. When it became public the same year, its capital grew from $30 million to $80 million. In 1992, the company was included in the list of world’s largest companies in the Fortune 500 magazine. By 1999, Dell took the top spot as the largest personal computer manufacturer overtaking Compaq.

There were significant happenings from 2000 to 2007 when the company had to deal with the tough competition and changes in consumer behavior particularly the shift to retail purchases. When Michael Dell assumed once again the role of CEO in 2007, he launched the Dell 2.0 campaign which involved product diversification and reduction of company employees. Today, the company continues to struggle with PC sales but has expanded into other markets with networking, software, servers and other services. Despite its tumultuous operations, Dell is fortunate to avoid any management turnovers or acquisition writedowns, which plagued other IT giants like Hewlett Packard. It was also successful on banking on its direct sales heritage and establishing close client relationships to design custom solutions for their clients.

Popularity in the Philippines

Dell continues to enjoy a presence in the country with its introduction of affordable line of personal computers that deliver excellent performance. It offers a wide range of laptops and desktops for every budget and need and is still considered to be a customer favorite for the products’ reliability.

Dell Laptops – customers can choose from the Inspiron, XPS, Ultrabook and Vostro ranges. The Inspiron collection features everyday laptops which are powerful and flexible enough to meet the essentials. The XPS series, on the other hand, boasts of design and performance. If you are looking for convenience and power, the Ultrabook collection steps up to the plate with their 3rd generation Intel core processor. Lastly, there is the Vostro series which is perfect for small businesses which require basic security, services and reliability.

Dell Desktops - As it is still considered to be a trusted name in personal computers, Dell’s collection of desktop computers remains to be as impressive as ever with the Inspiron and XPS series. The Inspiron computers are quite affordable and yet loaded with powerful features. When it comes to performance and design, the XPS remain unbeatable with its power, expandability and speed, allowing users to work at their own pace.

Official Stores

Purchasing a Dell product is quite simple as the items are carried by a lot of authorized retailers and distributors. You can choose to visit the retail stores to check out the products in person or choose to do your research and pinpoint the model you like and look for an online seller. You can check out http://www.dell.com/ph/p/ for a list of their accredited dealers.

News

In the early months of 2013, Dell announced its decision to strike a leveraged buyout deal worth $24.4 billion, which will result to its privatization. It is supposedly the largest leveraged buyout that is backed by a private equity and largest buyout in the tech industry ever. By October 2013, Dell is no longer a publicly traded company. Michael dell hopes to radically structure its PC business and at the same time, build up its cloud computing and enterprise solutions.

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