Dell Sparta and Athens leak

Dell Sparta and Athens leak

Looks like more leaks from Dell has just happened, this time round with a couple of devices known as the Sparta and Athens. These Greek-named devices will be powered by either Android or Linux, where the Sparta netbook tablet comes with not-so-Spartan features such as an 11″ TFT display at 1,024 x 768 resolution, an ARM processor, optional connectivity modules (3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) and a swivel mechanism which allows the display itself to rotate within its frame. Trippin’! As for the Athens, this netbook comes with a similar display size, an ARM processor as well as aforementioned optional connectivity modules. Expect both devices to be delivered to the market sometime this autumn.

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