I know, Dell has already discontinued most of their Streak tablet devices that do run on the Android operating system, and it seems as though the computing giant is still keeping the faith with Windows 7 – strange choice, actually. After all, how many Windows 7 tablets do you know of in the market, compared to the gazillion and one Android-powered ones? Well, just for your information, it seems as though the Dell Latitude ST has arrived at the FCC to gain approval before being marketed to the masses. This 10″ tablet will come with an Intel Atom processor, capable of holding up to 128GB of SSD storage inside, hold a couple of cameras (with a 5-megapixel shooter at the back), sport HDMI out connectivity and an SD memory card slot. There are also indications that the Dell Latitude ST will soon boast world 3G data capabilities, so folks in the US, regardless of whether you are rocking on with Verizon, Sprint, AT&T or T-Mobile, will be able to take advantage of this as long as you fork out another $130 for the integrated 3G data card.
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