We all do know, Dell is also in the Tablet business and the company, today, somehow letting slip a pair of new tablets running Windows 8 OS. While the new Dell Latitude 10 is a traditional 10-inch slate, the Dell XPS 12 is a 12.5-inch convertible tablet. Read on for more…
First of all, the Latitude 10 is a traditional slate with more conservative design featuring a 10.1-inch (1366 × 768) display. Weighing only 740g and measuring at 10.5mm to 13.4mm, the new tablet will be powered by Intel Clover Trail chips. Running on Windows 8 OS, we can clearly see (in image above) the Metro UI here on the top. It will ship with 2GB of DDR2 and up to 128GB of sMMC SSD storage, and the slate will be clocked at 800MHz processor. It seems like that Latitude 10 is having a microUSB port and we also expect the support of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity. Judging by image, there’s also an 8MP rear camera as well as 2MP front-facing shooter. The tablet is expected to be released sometime in the first quarter of 2013.
Talking about the XPS 12, it’s a convertible 12.5-inch Full HD tablet with edge-to-edge Gorilla glass and an aluminum and carbon fiber Chassis around it. To be powered by with Intel Smart Connect and Intel Rapid Smart technologies, the new XPS 12 slate also sports a physical keyboard when you feel like laptopping instead of tableting. The tablet is due to release in late 2012.
There is still no word on the other specifications or pricing, but we suspect an announcement for both Windows 8 tablets alongside Microsoft’s Windows 8 Release Preview debut in the first week of June.