Unlike the Surface, though, the Latitude includes two USB C ports. Don’t worry, there’s also a standard USB 3.0 slot.
The one big difference between the Latitude and Surface, well besides their displays, is how you pop out the Latitude’s built-in kickstand. See, unlike the Surface, which lets you pull out the kickstand from the back of the tablet, the Latitude actually pops it out for you when you push the tablet down on a hard surface. It’s a pretty neat little mechanism, but definitely not something that should factor into your buying decision.
Those aren’t the only devices Dell is showing off at CES 2017. So be sure to tune in to the company’s big press conference, which we’ll be streaming live here on Yahoo Finance.