Please be advised that bios settings in new tablets like the Dell Latitude 10 with Windows 8 - 32 bit will only support booting into a UEIF Secure Boot USB or CD. All builds of the Acronis Bootable Rescue CD Disk or USB with WinPE will not boot on the new tablets. They do not contain the UEIF Boot partition. You must use a UEIF Bootable CD or USB device to boot these machines. You may make a UEIF Secure Boot CD or USB with WinPE by using the Windows 8 Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) and then add Acronis to it.
Please see Dell's PDF on how to build the boot device. (You will have to add the Acronis build to it.)
Could you please build an ISO image for CD or USB for booting the new Windows 8 32 bit Secure Boot tablets following the above instructions.
It would be helpful to build a 64 bit CD ISO for the new UEIF Secure Boot Windows 8 notebooks. You can copy the partitions from the current Acronis 2014 beta boot CD or from the beta installed on windows 8, but you will not be able to replace the C: partition, because it is locked by UEIF on the new laptops like the dell 17R 7720. The 2014 beta release will fail to restore the primary partition from the CD or from Windows on the new UEIF Secure Boot Bios computers with Windows 8. Turning those bios to off and starting in legacy mode will not solve the Locked Drive C: Partition problem.
Please download the Windows 8 Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) from: www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30652 and add Acronis to it.