Dell is certainly going to make a return to the tablet market with more effort than what most people would have thought they would “invest” in, especially when you take a closer look at the leaked tablet roadmap over here. While it is common knowledge that Dell is working on 10″ tablets that are powered by Windows as well as Android platforms, this latest leak shows off not only the names but more detailed specifications as well.
First of all, the Android-powered tablet will known as the Dell Streak Pro, where it will closely resemble all the other 10″ Android tablets, featuring a 1280 x 800 pixel display, a dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, and an updated version of Dell’s “Stage” software known as Stage 1.5. Sporting a couple of cameras and an equal number of microphones, this will be a Wi-Fi only model, although you will be able to opt for a modular modem for mobile broadband access. Shipping later this June, there is no word on pricing for the Dell Streak Pro.
As for the Dell Latitude ST, this 10″ Windows-powered tablet will run off an 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 Oak Trail processor, sporting a 1366 x 768 pixel HD display, 2GB RAM, up to 128GB of storage space via SSD, front and rear cameras, GPS support, 1080p output (HDMI, one can presume), and “active pen support” – could that be an active digitizer? Primed for an October release, there isn’t any mention of a price.
Last but not least would be a new 13″ Latitude XT-3 convertible tablet that is ready to rock and roll this July. Exciting times are ahead, and your bank account has been warned.