Dell’s convertible tablet device that is known by its model number K08T has finally been put through the paces at the FCC. Having won FCC approval for its WiMAX functionality, it does look good to appear over at Sprint due to the carrier’s 4G WiMAX service that is available in the US. The tablet sports a full keyboard as well as what does look like to be a swiveling screen which measures around 12” diagonally. This does seem to be more of Dell’s current line of XT tablets instead of the slate design that the world has clearly embraced as the in-thing, and there is room to think that the K08T might just be the WiMAX version of the XT3 convertible tablet.
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